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Funko Flagship Store in Everett Draws Bobblehead Funatics



Isa Salazar couldn’t be happier, thanks to her new Baby Groot bobblehead.

PHOTO: JOSHUA HUSTON

Funko, the bobblehead company and crafter of Pop! figurines, has opened its first retail store in the heart of downtown Everett. Funko is best known for its licensed-focused collectibles, including everything from Star Wars figurines to Harry Potter collectibles, Spider-Man and more (there are even Golden Girls figurines).

The 17,000-square-foot flagship store, which opened in September, feels more like a museum than a traditional retail location. The Funko store features immersive worlds inspired by Marvel, DC Comics and more, along with 10-foot-high, jumbo-sized figures. Princess lovers will goggle at all the Disney princesses, from Belle to Elsa, featured along a large castle’s drawbridge situated in the rear of the store. There’s even a life-size Batmobile with an Adam West look-alike in the driver’s seat for the Batman lover in all of us. Hop into the passenger seat and pose for an Instagram snap!

PHOTO: JOSHUA HUSTON

Funatics, aka Funko fans, will find a large collection of licensed collectible products, including Funko Pop! vinyl figures, Dorbz, plush toys and more. Don’t miss the Loungefly handbags, backpacks and fashion accessories. The store also features a newly designed “Pop! Factory,” which enables visitors to build their own custom Pop! vinyl figures. Don't miss “Funko University,” an area of the store dedicated to teaching and mentoring young students in the skills of drawing, sculpting and toy design.

After filling your cart, head next door to Karl’s Bakery & Cafe for Funko-themed cookies or larger-than-your head doughnuts. Visit Funko’s new location at 2802 Wetmore Ave. in Everett for an afternoon of fun! funko.com

 

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