Rare and strange, Books For Sale: the iconic grafix comix magazine from the tail-end of the Twentieth Century, MOTORBOOTY issue number nine, $20, plus shipping ($3.99), very good condition with very slight edge wear on lower-right corner, email Robert@BookCabal.com.
Motorbooty description from tcj.com/motorbooty-the-better-magazine:
Motorbooty was a magazine from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Nine issues were published between 1987 and 1999. How to describe what kind of magazine it was – is tough. It was a magazine about music that also had a lot of comics. It was also funny. Relentlessly funny. Motorbooty was fully formed straight out of the box when it debuted. This was not some half stepping xeroxed rag thrown together overnight. It was a beautiful and sharp object with striking graphic design. Motorbooty was no joke.
Founded by Mark Dancey and Danny Plotnick – the magazine utilized a vast contributor list that left many of the articles unsigned. It was as though the articles were written by committee. Even the way the contents page of the mag was organized telegraphed a united front of classroom clowns.