Adam Thomas Pritchard

Literature Reviewer

Adam was born in Bristol, England in the late eighties and grew up watching syndicated sci fi and pulp like Doctor Who and ThunderBirds. Adam became an ex-pat kid in Oklahoma in the heat wave of the early nineties. The first Star Wars film he ever saw was Empire Strikes Back and it has since remained his favorite movie. When he wasn’t catching crickets to feed his pet tarantula, Houdini, he was recreating Luke’s landspeeder travels in the Tatooine sands of his back yard.

 

When it comes to Star Wars consumption, Adam isn’t too discriminating, reading Dark Horse legends comics, new Marvel canon, legends novels, playing Star Wars video games old and new, and keeping a regular rotation of Star Wars films and Cartoons playing in his home gym.

 

By day, he’s a real estate attorney with a small zoo of pets (two cats and a Newfoundland poodle named, Odin), living in Utah with his wife and expecting his first child around Life Day 2018!

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