Grimm 1.13 "Three Coins in a Fuchsbau" Review

Grimm doesn't let you in on a whole lot of character background. Sure, we know that Hank has had two past cases haunt him and that Monroe has become the epitome of a Renaissance Blutbad, but when it comes to main character Nick Burkhardt, information has been fairly scarce. It's understandable that Grimm may not want to tip its entire hand this early in its run, particularly due to its procedural format, but to be able to fully get behind genial nice guy Nick, there had to be more understanding about who he is and where he came from. His current duality, half man/half Grimm, may be enough to inspire a certain level of sympathy, but for Grimm to take the next step in its development, progress was necessary and the veil had to be lifted. Read More...


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