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Home > Store locations > Portland

Address:

2916 NE Broadway St.
Portland, OR 97232
Driving directions and map

Store Hours:

Mon-Sat: 11am-7pm
Sun: 11am-6pm

Contact Us:

email: portland@tfaw.com
phone: (503) 284-4693

Upcoming Events:

Visit our Facebook Page

Kari- Manager

As a kid, Kari could be found most nights with a flashlight and an Archie book hiding under the covers reading well past bed time. Sabrina has always been one of her favorites, even into the campy TV show of the '90s.

Now Kari reads a little bit of everything, even the all-age books for their classic fun. Be careful though, she can talk for days about Harry Potter. When not reading, you can find her playing video and table top games. Her go-to favorites include Betrayal at House on the Hill, Dungeons & Dragons, and Elder Sign. Kari loves to connect with fans of all ages and is ready to make new and fun suggestions for anyone!

On Kari's Pull List:
Back to the Future, Kim & Kim, Harley Quinn, Jim Butcher's Dresden Files, Betty & Veronica, and Snotgirl.

Kari's Recommendations:
Rat Queens, Kim & Kim, and Black Panther. If you're on the hunt for a great all-ages comic, Lumberjanes, Amulet, and Gotham Academy are all wonderful!

Steven- Associate

It all started in small shop in Southern California when the local shop owner gave him a box of random Amazing Spiderman comcs and from age five he's was off to the races. He has collected off and on for 25 years. His love of comics flourished in the '80s X-Men series and soon went to Batman (favorites include The Killing Joke, Knightfall and Hush, but there are many more). He also collects '90s era action figures and Bowen statues.

Steve's other hobbies rang from table top games (Boss Monster and Gloom) and playing/writing music with his wife in their folk/punk group "We are surrounded by Volcanoes." He will always have a good suggestion for you, be it an old favorite or a new story arc.

On Steven's Pull List:
Bitch Planet, ODY-C, Cry Havoc, All-New All-Different Avengers, All-New Wolverine, Ringside, Chew, Harley Quinn, Extordinary X-Men, anything by Tim Sale, Darwyn Cooke, and Jeff Lemire.

Steven's Recommendations:
The Wicked and the Divine and Phonogram by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, Sandman by Neil Gaiman, Madman by Mike Allred, We3 by Grant Morrison, The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller, Civil War by Mark Millar.

TL- Associate

TL's affinity for comics started at a tender age, when his dad introduced him to the grim world of Batman. 25 years later, and the only thing that's changed about his bedtime stories is that now he reads them himself. TL has long since forged his own path, and began building his personal library in high-school with Ultimate Spider-Man, Fables, and Transmetropolitan. The love and collection have only grown since then.

On the rare occurrence that he is able to pull his nose out of the pages of a comic, TL can be found with his nose buried once more in the pages of a fantasy novel, working on his Pathfinder campaign, or planning out his own graphic novel which he hopes to one day see published.

TL is friendly, and housebroken. Come say hi, and he will happily talk your ear off about whatever he happens to be reading at the time.

On TL's Pull List:
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files, anything with Batman, The Umbrella Academy, Invincible, Jupiter's Legacy, Klaus, and The Amazing Spider-Man.

TL's Recommendations:
Blacksad by Diaz Canales & Juanjo Guarnido, Locke & Key by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez, Brandon Graham's Prophet, Neil Gaiman's Sandman, Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeff Loeb & Tim Sale, All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison & Frank Quietly, Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis & Darrick Robertson, The Umbrella Academy by Gerard Way & Gabriel Bá, Daytripper by Fabio Moon & Gabriel Bá, and just about anything with Brian Azzarello or Lee Bermejo at the helm.

Address:

2916 NE Broadway St.
Portland, OR 97232
Driving directions and map

Store Hours:

Mon-Sat: 11am-7pm
Sun: 11am-6pm

Contact Us:

email: portland@tfaw.com
phone: (503) 284-4693

Upcoming Events:

Visit our Facebook Page

Kari- Manager

As a kid, Kari could be found most nights with a flashlight and an Archie book hiding under the covers reading well past bed time. Sabrina has always been one of her favorites, even into the campy TV show of the '90s.

Now Kari reads a little bit of everything, even the all-age books for their classic fun. Be careful though, she can talk for days about Harry Potter. When not reading, you can find her playing video and table top games. Her go-to favorites include Betrayal at House on the Hill, Dungeons & Dragons, and Elder Sign. Kari loves to connect with fans of all ages and is ready to make new and fun suggestions for anyone!

On Kari's Pull List:
Back to the Future, Kim & Kim, Harley Quinn, Jim Butcher's Dresden Files, Betty & Veronica, and Snotgirl.

Kari's Recommendations:
Rat Queens, Kim & Kim, and Black Panther. If you're on the hunt for a great all-ages comic, Lumberjanes, Amulet, and Gotham Academy are all wonderful!

Steven- Associate

It all started in small shop in Southern California when the local shop owner gave him a box of random Amazing Spiderman comcs and from age five he's was off to the races. He has collected off and on for 25 years. His love of comics flourished in the '80s X-Men series and soon went to Batman (favorites include The Killing Joke, Knightfall and Hush, but there are many more). He also collects '90s era action figures and Bowen statues.

Steve's other hobbies rang from table top games (Boss Monster and Gloom) and playing/writing music with his wife in their folk/punk group "We are surrounded by Volcanoes." He will always have a good suggestion for you, be it an old favorite or a new story arc.

On Steven's Pull List:
Bitch Planet, ODY-C, Cry Havoc, All-New All-Different Avengers, All-New Wolverine, Ringside, Chew, Harley Quinn, Extordinary X-Men, anything by Tim Sale, Darwyn Cooke, and Jeff Lemire.

Steven's Recommendations:
The Wicked and the Divine and Phonogram by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, Sandman by Neil Gaiman, Madman by Mike Allred, We3 by Grant Morrison, The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller, Civil War by Mark Millar.

TL- Associate

TL's affinity for comics started at a tender age, when his dad introduced him to the grim world of Batman. 25 years later, and the only thing that's changed about his bedtime stories is that now he reads them himself. TL has long since forged his own path, and began building his personal library in high-school with Ultimate Spider-Man, Fables, and Transmetropolitan. The love and collection have only grown since then.

On the rare occurrence that he is able to pull his nose out of the pages of a comic, TL can be found with his nose buried once more in the pages of a fantasy novel, working on his Pathfinder campaign, or planning out his own graphic novel which he hopes to one day see published.

TL is friendly, and housebroken. Come say hi, and he will happily talk your ear off about whatever he happens to be reading at the time.

On TL's Pull List:
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files, anything with Batman, The Umbrella Academy, Invincible, Jupiter's Legacy, Klaus, and The Amazing Spider-Man.

TL's Recommendations:
Blacksad by Diaz Canales & Juanjo Guarnido, Locke & Key by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez, Brandon Graham's Prophet, Neil Gaiman's Sandman, Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeff Loeb & Tim Sale, All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison & Frank Quietly, Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis & Darrick Robertson, The Umbrella Academy by Gerard Way & Gabriel Bá, Daytripper by Fabio Moon & Gabriel Bá, and just about anything with Brian Azzarello or Lee Bermejo at the helm.