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100% True? #2 is an issue of the series 100% True? (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1997.

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Synopsis for "The Strange Death of Malcolm X"


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  • Talmade Hayer AKA Thomas Hagan (assassin)

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  • UFOs

Synopsis for "How to Run a Flea Circus"


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  • Professor Leroy Heckler (son of William)
  • Professor William Heckler (circus strong man)

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  • Herr Hupf (first flea circus owner; disputed)
  • Herr Ruhl (first flea circus owner; disputed)
  • John C. Ruhl (1st American flea circus owner)

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  • Amok (circus freak)
  • Charlie (flea circus operator)
  • Claudette Colbert (Cameo)
  • Frank Lentini (circus freak)
  • George Cukor (Cameo)
  • Henry Burton (circus freak)
  • Herbert Marshall (Cameo)
  • John Roebling (Mentioned only)
  • King of Prussia (unnamed)
  • Lady Olga (circus freak)
  • Sadie (flea)
  • Sam (flea)
  • Sylvia Chester (circus freak)

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Synopsis for "The Ugliest Woman in the World"


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  • Maria Bartels / Zenora Pastrana (Julia's successor)

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  • Theodore Lent (Julia's manager/husband)

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  • Julia's baby (unnamed)
  • Professor Sokoloff (mummifier)

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Synopsis for "They Call Him Dr. Death"


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Synopsis for "When Harry Met Leona"


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  • Eve Ella Sherpick Green (Cameo)
  • Mr. Turco (Helmsley employee)
  • Sandy (Leona's sister)

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Synopsis for "Elisha Gray: The Real Inventor of the Telephone"


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Synopsis for "New Coke"


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  • Dave (Coca Cola executive)
  • George McGovern (Mentioned only)
  • Project Kansas (Coca Cola)

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Synopsis for "Movie Gimmicks Time Forgot"


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  • Aromarama
  • Emergo
  • Fright Break
  • Illusion-O
  • Percepto
  • The Punishment Poll
  • Rasputin Beards
  • Scratch-N-Sniff Cards
  • Smell-o-Vision
  • Stomach Distress Bag

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Notes

  • 100% True??? was published in magazine format on a seasonal basis.
  • This title is an ombnibus of various articles and stories, and does not share anything in common with the mainstream DC Universe.
  • This issue includes a text-only introduction section written by editor Andrew Helfer.
  • This issue is divided into four overall chapters. The first chapter "Strange Voices!" includes stories 1-3. The second chapter "Far Freakin' Out!" includes stories 4-5. The third chapter "Weirdo World" includes stories 6-10. The fourth chapter "Losers, Weepers" includes stories 11-14.



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