- The TV version of Jepperd is an NFL star character, while Jepperd played from the hockey comics. In addition, he is a dark man in the series, while in the graphic novel he is white.
- In the case of Abbot in the comics, he was a man with a mustache, while Netflix’s boss Abbot has a huge beard.
- There is no “Amy” in the Limere comedy, but “Amy” appears to be a combination of Lucy, a woman who Abbott and Dr. Singh experimented with and then forced into prostitution.
- Bobby is an animation done in a better and neater way for the TV version.
- In the series we see how the story of Dr. Singh expands, and the reasons for his mysterious and even malevolent existence, his departure need to save his wife, something that is not explained in the comics.
What is Sweet Tooth theme?
During his journey, Gus will meet Gibberd, a lone wanderer, with whom he will form a friendship that will take them to hundreds of devastated places across the United States until they reach La Reserva, a safe place for creatures like Gus. “This is a very exciting story: we travel on trains, climb mountaintops, run through woods. It is a story about what makes a family, what home really means and why it is important to maintain faith in humanity,” explains Jim Meckel, co-presenter of Fiction.