An employee at Funko, a pop culture and licensed-focused collectibles company, walks past a Jumbo Pop C3-PO and Jumbo Dorbz Starboard, left, and Ant-Man. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

How Funko grew into a $400-million-a-year Everett business

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