Behind rows of Funko Pop! figures, owner Charlie Knoedler looks up comic book information for Christian Holst at Everett Comics on Wetmore Avenue. Funko is moving its headquarters and a store across the street from the long-time comic shop. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

What will happen to Everett Comics after Funko’s big move?

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