Everett Comics Marks 33 Years Of Fun!

September 30, 2016

Downtown Everett, Everett

Everett Comics

Expect a long line of customers Saturday morning at Hewitt and Wetmore.

First opened in 1983, Everett Comics will celebrate their 33rd anniversary tomorrow (Saturday). The store will be open starting at 11:00 AM with a host of special deals and one-time offers.

They say their mission is simple, to be the #1 comic book and collectibles store in Washington State.

Formerly on Colby, the store is now located in a large space at the corner of Hewitt and Wetmore in downtown Everett. You’ll find Comics, Back-Issues, Toys, Pins, Patches, Comic and Card Supplies, Magic Cards, Posters, T-Shirts, and Art Books.

They also carry a huge selection of the latest Funko Pops. (Speaking of Everett-based Funko, they’ll soon be moving their corporate offices from south Everett into the former Bon Marche building just down the street) You can find out more about Everett Comics here on their Facebook Page. Congrats on 33 years of fun in Everett.


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5 Responses to “Everett Comics Marks 33 Years Of Fun!”

  1. Bourne Says:

    They’re not begging for money so they must be a conservatively run business. Way to go and we hope your shop is open for another 33 years.

  2. Wa-fix Says:

    This is a great store, unlike the other post about the Democrats who want money from the public to save their failed business.

  3. Fuzz Says:

    Congratulations Everett Comics!

  4. anon Says:

    I can’t wait for the 35th anniversary of Airport Video!