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Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not.
Thanks a bunches.


So, Who is the creator of your favorite fiction and would you like to meet him or her? When I say fiction I mean, books, movies, television, anime, manga, video games, and etc. What would you say to him or her? List the creator's name and show a picture of the person and their work.


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Hajime Isayama, ofc i'd like to meet him, i had a couple of dreams where i was about to knock on his door, but i didnt want to interrupt his work.. im not sure what i'd say to him tho................................... "kawai desu" ?
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Oda Eiichiro

I think I just want him to draw me a picture of myself kissing Luffy's cheek
And I want him to sign that picture
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Most likely either J.R.R. Tolkien or George Lucas...and yes, I would want to meet them
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Michael Chricton, and yeah, I would like to meet him if only to ask about how Jurassic Park ended before he wrote The Lost World.

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Hiro Mashima i would say that fairy tail is the BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST and ask for a picture.
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Neil Gaiman and yes, I think he would be someone really cool to meet. I'd probably just turn into a giant fanboy telling him how much I loved all of his stuff though. Once I was done with that though I think he would be great to talk to about pretty much anything.
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JK Rowling.
Her books provided comfort to me when I was a loner in school.
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FYI - A lot of Japanese artists do not like to take pictures and request no photos at autograph sessions. So for those of you who think it's a sure thing, you may want to reconsider. Some guests charge; I've seen several American guests charge for photos and autographs in the past.

I've met several guests that I've wanted to meet in the past. I go to anime conventions across the US and I meet them that way. There have been a lot of guests that I've wanted to meet, like Kazuchika Kise (who did the character designs for "xxxHolic") and Hiromi Kato (who did the character designs for "Kobato"). My favorite guest is Izumi Matsumoto, who was the mangaka for "Kimagure Orange Road". Super sweet man.

I'd still like to meet Aya Shouoto, Ikuko Ito and Mizuho Kusanagi.
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Orson Scott Card- Creator of the "Enders Game" series.

His books are written in such a unique way that made me fall in love with the series and be able to re-read them so many times without getting tired. I would love to meet him in real life because he seems like a open person who loves to communicate with fans and enjoys hearing their ideas and feelings about his books
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I don't know. There are way too many. But probably Jinsei Kataoka and Kazuma Kondou.

Probably because Deadman Wonderland is one of two manga series I've read all the way through (the other is the Neon Genesis Evangelion manga, though I'm not sure that counts) and it is one of my favorite series. Can't say why specifically, as there are several reasons, but something about it just appealed to me specifically. So I'd like to meet them if only to talk about it in great length.

Also maybe Mizuho Kusanagi, because Yona of the Dawn is also a partial inspiration to a fantasy series I plan to write, so it'd be cool to talk to her about the series, and the ideas I have for mine. Also, I just really want to say "I can't believe this was a shoujo, I thought it was a shonen with a female lead!"
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Posted 8/28/16
Michael Crichton. Were he still alive; "yes." He passed away in 2008.




Jack London. If possible; "yes." RIP 1916.





I cannot imagine any particular dialogue.
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Hiromu Arakawa doesn't speak English so not much would arise from my meeting her.
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Cormac McCarthy, sure I'd meet him.
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Terry Pratchett (Discworld) is no longer with us but I would have loved to have met him. He's responsible for a very large portion of my sense of humour.

Chris Claremont (Captain Britain) is still about, and I'd love to talk to him about his early works with the character, how he approached it all and gave it substance and also what he thought of later people taking over his creation and giving it their own vibe.
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