152 episodes

Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know?
Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and what’s not with the Justuff League podcast. Every week, the guys will guide & entertain you in the world of pop culture, collectibles, fine art, & antiques!

The Justuff League is…

Travis Landry is the Director of Pop Culture and an auctioneer at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers. He specializes in toys, comic books, urban art and contemporary art, but also has a passion for everything antique. When not in the office, Travis travels around the country searching for rare toys & comics for auction, appears as a pop culture expert panelist at comic conventions, and is a collectibles and toys & games appraiser for PBS’ Antiques Roadshow. Previously, you may have seen him on Travel Channel’s Toy Hunter or read The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Transformers Action Figures, which he co-wrote with author Mark Bellomo.

Kevin Bruneau is the owner and president of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers. His twenty-five plus years’ antiquarian experience is what propelled Bruneau & Co. to become New England’s premier auction house specializing in fine art, antiques, & pop culture. Aside from overseeing all inventory and photography for the company, Kevin is also the lead auctioneer and a specialist in antiques, fine art, and Asian arts. If he looks familiar, you probably saw him on PBS’ Market Warriors. When not in the gallery, Kevin is on the road managing house calls and looking for that next great collection!

James Supp is an antiquarian and owner of the Coronado Trading Company. He started in the field reproducing medieval armor and has since gone on to study many aspects of material culture, specializing in the study of pre-industrial manufacturing methods. He has a breadth of knowledge and speaks on varied subjects from the history of playing cards to the evolution of footwear. The stranger and more esoteric the subject, the more it fascinates him. When not in the office, James travels throughout the Midwest providing collection consultations and filming for PBS’ Antiques Roadshow as a collectibles and toys & games appraiser.

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    • 4.4 • 7 Ratings

Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know?
Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and what’s not with the Justuff League podcast. Every week, the guys will guide & entertain you in the world of pop culture, collectibles, fine art, & antiques!

The Justuff League is…

Travis Landry is the Director of Pop Culture and an auctioneer at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers. He specializes in toys, comic books, urban art and contemporary art, but also has a passion for everything antique. When not in the office, Travis travels around the country searching for rare toys & comics for auction, appears as a pop culture expert panelist at comic conventions, and is a collectibles and toys & games appraiser for PBS’ Antiques Roadshow. Previously, you may have seen him on Travel Channel’s Toy Hunter or read The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Transformers Action Figures, which he co-wrote with author Mark Bellomo.

Kevin Bruneau is the owner and president of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers. His twenty-five plus years’ antiquarian experience is what propelled Bruneau & Co. to become New England’s premier auction house specializing in fine art, antiques, & pop culture. Aside from overseeing all inventory and photography for the company, Kevin is also the lead auctioneer and a specialist in antiques, fine art, and Asian arts. If he looks familiar, you probably saw him on PBS’ Market Warriors. When not in the gallery, Kevin is on the road managing house calls and looking for that next great collection!

James Supp is an antiquarian and owner of the Coronado Trading Company. He started in the field reproducing medieval armor and has since gone on to study many aspects of material culture, specializing in the study of pre-industrial manufacturing methods. He has a breadth of knowledge and speaks on varied subjects from the history of playing cards to the evolution of footwear. The stranger and more esoteric the subject, the more it fascinates him. When not in the office, James travels throughout the Midwest providing collection consultations and filming for PBS’ Antiques Roadshow as a collectibles and toys & games appraiser.

    Vintage T-Shirts

    Vintage T-Shirts

    Travis, James and Kevin are discussing the surprisingly lucrative world of vintage t-shirts. What drives the value of those old concert tees? And why are vintage Naruto shirts so expensive these days? Learn more about the most valuable sizes, what to look for to avoid a fake, and if those old grease stains hurt your bottom line. 

    Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau

    • 33 min
    Japanese Collectibles

    Japanese Collectibles

    Travis, James and Kevin are discussing one of Travis's favorite topics.... Japanese Collectibles! While Travis is very well versed in the realms of Pokemon and Godzilla, James and Kevin have been buying and selling Japanese collectibles for decades, including pottery, furiture and even traditional Samurai training gear. What Japenese items are valuable and which ones should you avoid? Find out. 

    Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau

    • 30 min
    To Fix or Not To Fix

    To Fix or Not To Fix

    Travis, James and Kevin are talking about the things worth fixing and when NOT to fix things. What impact does a repair make an old item? What is the difference between fixing and restoring? And why is the world of Comic Book restoration such a tough world to navigate? 

    Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau

    • 33 min
    Auction House Premiums

    Auction House Premiums

    Travis, James and Kevin and diving into a topic they often speak about in passing, but never exclusively... That is, the cost of doing business as an auction house. Learn more about how the type of fees you may incur at auction, whether buying or selling, and what to expect! 

    Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau

    • 30 min
    Toy Prototypes

    Toy Prototypes

    Travis, James and Kevin are talking all about the exclusive world of Toy Prototypes! Who and what powers this niche collecting category? Learn more about famous of toy prototypes including the rocket firing Boba Fett, and why G1 Transformers Prototypes cease to exist! The guys have dealt with a number of high profile prototypes in their careers and share more.

    Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau

    • 35 min
    World War I Collectibles: What's Hot and What's Not with Jeff Shrader of Advance Guard Militaria

    World War I Collectibles: What's Hot and What's Not with Jeff Shrader of Advance Guard Militaria

    Travis, James and Kevin welcome back Jeff Shrader of Advance Guard Militaria to discuss what's hot and what's not around World War I mililtaria and collectibles. With the first world war being such an interesting crossroads in history, who collects WWI memorabilia? And what's the difference between militaria that is REAL, NOT Real, and Real ENOUGH. 


    https://www.advanceguardmilitaria.com/

    Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Gonepats ,

Excellent discussions about all things collectible.

I look forward to listening every week on my morning commute, and the 30 or so minutes align well with my time on the train. Finally, there’s an entertaining podcast dealing with the things I’m most interested in, and its comforting to listen to guys from towns near my hometown of North Attleboro, MA, since I now live in the Seattle area. Keep up the talks!

Fay8871 ,

My hopes are up

Ok you guys got my hopes for the next great podcast for the morning Flea Market commute......

can’t wait for the next episode Grafton and Seekonk are each about 30 min away if your looking for a length of podcast goal.

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