A multicategory is the same thing as a colored operad. In a colored cooperad, you have operations with one input and multiple outputs, but instead of composing morphisms, you cocompose (= decompose) them, in the spirit of a cocategory. This is not what you're asking about. IMO that would be called a multicocategory, if one really wanted to stick to the "multicategory" scheme of naming things.
What you're describing, as far as I know, doesn't have a name, so you can make up whichever you want. They are a special case of polycategories (which are themselves special cases of colored PROPs); the difference there is that morphism can have multiple inputs and outputs.
If you want my 2 cents, please don't invent a name obtained by sticking a prefix meaning "multiple" or a variation thereof in front of the word "category". We got too many of these names already, and they're not really descriptive.
If you want to call them "comulticategories", be also aware that what you're considering is not the same thing as a colored cooperad (whereas multicategories are colored operads). Besides when one sticks the prefix "co" in front of the name of an algebraic structure, one generally expects to get a coalgebraic structure...