Published by Sean Bieri? Or perhaps as a group?
Huge jam comics project in which a ton of artists contributed one or more panels to create a comic for each month of the year with each month designed on a two-page spread so that it's also a usable calendar with one panel per day. Edited by F.C. Brandt and Jesse Reklaw.
Color wraparound cover.
There may be more contributors than listed above.
Some of the contents include: a fold-out mini-poster by Brian Buniak, back cover jam page
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Fats Waller, Frankenstein's monster, Hokey Wolf, Frank Gorshin/the Riddler, Sandman (Marvel), Lee Meriwether/Catwoman, Batman, Larry Storch, the Joker, Deanna Lund, Susan Silo, Donna Loren, Terry Moore, Simpsons characters, Morty the Dog
Hand-colored element on cover.
Central Mailer for this issue: Darren Auck and Mike Kraiger
"The Professional Unofficial Chicago Comicon 1996 Whip Cream Jam Comic"
United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
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Each section of the Comics Code Authority's guidelines is illustrated by a different artist.
Characters appearing include Groo the Wanderer, Patty Cake, Akiko, Superman, Prometheus (Amoeba Adventures)
Hand-stamped logo on back.
Generally speaking, Not Available printings beyond the 1st have a datestamp on the front or back cover which is the printing date of the batch that copy was from. Matt Feazell says those post-1st printings were usually 60 copies or fewer.
May 2, 1997
November 16, 1997
Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors, hand-stamped logos on the cover.
Is this actually just Modern Industry #2?
Self-explanatory title produced at the 1996 Chicago Comicon.
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