Grimm Review: G is for Grimm

I’ve had my suspicions about Ryan ever since he mentioned taking an interest in Nick’s cases, but I wasn’t expecting this.

"The Hour of Death" once again played with Grimm’s always present theme of not judging a book by its cover, and brought about some very interesting developments along the way.

Development 1: Working up the Wesen Food Chain

While Grimm has made it clear that being a real Grimm is something you’re born in to. One of the reasons this struggle between Grimm and Wesen works is because Grimm and Wesen are steadfast in their ideologies: Grimm are always up to the task of dispatching with Wesen, and Wesen, as a society, are always passing down tales of the evil Grimm – as we saw in Monroe’s fairy tale book. Read More...


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