Mark Telfer

Correspondent

From Edinburgh, Scotland, Mark has been an avid Star Wars fan since queueing for a cinema in 1977 Glasgow as a five year-old.

Analyst by day and Sci-Fi-anatic by night, in addition to his love of all things Star Wars, Mark enjoys, movies, Japanese cinema, gaming, reading, writing, photoshop art, collecting and customising action figures, martial arts, Samurai weaponry and his beloved Hibernian Football Club.

Collecting mainly focuses on vintage and modern Star Wars 3 ¾ inch figures, however also dipping into vintage Tron, Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers, The Black Hole, Star Trek, Clash of the Titans, The A-Team and Action Force lines.  Collecting modern figures extends to Tron, Star Trek, Indiana Jones, Green Lantern, Lord of the Rings, Hobbit and probably more.

Sharing his Star Wars, collecting and customising knowledge, Mark has appeared on Castle FM Radio shows, featured in the Guardian newspaper and many episodes of fellow Fantha Tracker Adam P O’Brien’s Ausfans Radio Network podcasts. He is also a member of the Custom Coalition.

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