A while back, I posted about how ONCE UPON A TIME should be made into a book series. Someone (Caitlin, I believe) mentioned GRIMM should be made into a book series as well, and I'd totally have to agree. Think about it.
The book would make an awesome story and could also include illustrations explaining each "creature" the Grimm runs into (much like Nick's guide on the show). You could have drawings of Bluebots...
And more. Obviously, the illustrations would have to be less...uhh, graphic?... than the actual pictures you see before you. Less beheading and more explaining, if you will. Each book in the series could start off with a drawing of the creature, maybe a background story and how to kill it. Maybe it could even have alternation POVs, Nick's and whatever thing he's suppose to be battling (good or evil).
If they ever do decide to transform this fabulous show into a book series, wouldn't it be awesome if they put a YA spin to it? Maybe have Nick be a 17 year old in high school and the creatures be random students who attend his school? I mean, can you picture this guy (or girl) as a goth kid?
Check out those spacers! But, as you know in the show, only a Grimm can see the true faces of these bad boys/girls.
The Grimm would also have to be smoking hot, much like the man who plays Nick on the show.
Thoughts? Would you like to see GRIMM as a book series? Any other shows or movies you'd like to transform into a book or book series?