Michel Choquette solicited an international cast of creators during the 1970s to produce comic strips commenting on the 1960s, and 169 responded, from 15 different countries. It was intended as a supplement to Rolling Stone magazine, but the project languished and was never printed. Nearly four decades later, the content has finally been collected.
The Comics Journal named the strips "Most Stupendous Comic Book In the World."
Synopsis: This is the main section of the book, containing all the strips.
Notes: As Michael Choquette traveled during the 1970s to commission the comic strips, he asked the artists to leave blank spaces in the artwork which would then later be filled with other content, which had not been determined at that time. Forward to 2010, and those spaces have been filled by artist Michael Fog who created a comic journal depicting Choquette's journey to create The Someday Funnies. Fog's narrative doesn't appear in every strip, and this untitled behind-the-scenes story is indexed here at the start of the comic section where it first appears.