"The Singh Tapes": Dr. Singh writes in his memoirs that he believes Gus is the key to understanding the sickness. He ponders if Gus is actually the cause of everything, and not the cure.


Quote1.png But things have changed again, haven't they? There is hope. He is hope. He claims to have been born before the disease hit. I thought he was simply confused until I examined him and saw he wasn't born at all...at least not in any way we know. So where did he come from? How did he get here? And if he did come first...if what he says is true...It raises a very disturbing thought...What if they aren't the solution at all, but the problem? What if they caused it? What if he caused it? Quote2.png
Dr. Singh

Sweet Tooth #12 is an issue of the series Sweet Tooth (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 2010.

Synopsis for "The Singh Tapes"

Dr. Singh writes in his memoirs that he believes Gus is the key to understanding the sickness. He ponders if Gus is actually the cause of everything, and not the cure.

He recalls how the militia first came about when the government first broke down. They raided stores and stole all the supplies. They hoarded resources and began research on hybrid children to look for a cure. He remembers becoming a valuable commodity. Men of science became the most desired people of all to perform research on a cure for the sickness.

He writes being compelled to perform research. In the same way the sickness was forced to kill non-hybrids, he was forced to research hybrids for a cure to save himself and humanity.

He then considers if Gus is the source of the virus, and not just the cure.

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  • Gus (Flashback and main story)

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  • The Militia

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