If you could meet any fictional character, who would it be?

Mitchell D. Forman shares what fictional character he would meet if he could.“Sydney Carton. His last words are a proclamation of hope for the future of mankind. ‘It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known.’”
Mitchell D. Forman, D.O. | Dean & Professor, Touro University Nevada
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Aimee Wenske shares what fictional character she would meet if she could.“Buffy Summers because she is strong and resourceful and never gives up no matter how bleak and impossible the situation looks. She is loyal to the end and willing to sacrifice her life (twice!) for the sake of the world and those she loves the most.”
Aimee Wenske | Brand and Social Media Manager, XYIENCE

Donny Long shares what fictional character he would meet if he could.“I would love to meet Jason Bourne! The man is intelligent and can’t be put away. His knowledge of weapons and ability to protect himself in any situation intrigues me.  He’s a character I can watch over and over.”
Donny Long | Director of Golf, Golf Summerlin
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Chad Hardy shares what fictional character he would meet if he could.“Our neighborhood growing up was full of kids. Funny enough, we only remember the name of one: Adele Dazeem. She was the first of a combination of attributes we just now have the words for: elegant, sophisticated and (ultimately) elusive.”
Chad Hardy | Co-Creator/ Producer, Las Vegas: The Game

Edward A. Vance shares what fictional character he would meet if he could.“Howard Roark from Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead. He wasn’t just a genius in terms of design and architecture, he was a non-conformist, an idealist and a man who adhered to his principles without question.”
Edward A. Vance | Founder and CEO, EV&A Architect
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Brad Mark shares what fictional character he would meet if he could.“I would choose to meet Underdog. He was cool, always helped people and flew through the air with a cape. I race go carts for a living, and while not as cool as Underdog, it’s a close second.”
Brad Mark | COO, Pole Position Raceway