By David Robichaud, WBZ-TV

BOSTON (CBS) – Have you ever wondered what those old comic books, record albums or toys in your attic are worth?

The “King of Pop Culture” can tell you!

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Gary Sohmers spent 13 years on the popular PBS program Antique Road Show as the appraiser of pop memorabilia.

Gary Sohmers spent years on Antiques Roadshow. (WBZ-TV)

Gary Sohmers spent years on Antiques Roadshow. (WBZ-TV)

Now Gary, who is known to be wearing his trademark Hawaiian shirts and orange sneakers, spends his time collecting, appraising and selling items at various shows around the country.

“Well I’ve always worn the shirts to match these shoes,” Sohmers said.

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He is hosting Northeast Comic Con later this month.

Gary also runs a website where people can look at his amazing collection.

Gary Sohmers shows off the original Mr. Potato Head toys. (WBZ-TV)

Gary Sohmers shows off the original Mr. Potato Head toys. (WBZ-TV)

WBZ-TV traveled to Gary’s home where he showed off collectibles such as Star Wars toys, rare Beatles records, signed Batman prints, and unusual toys including the original Mr Potato Head, which was used with real potatoes.

At the upcoming Northeast Comic Con, the honored guest is Adam West, the star of the iconic 1960’s Batman TV show.

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Gary started collecting comic books, records and rare toys at the age of eight years old.