Grimm's Notes The Animation: Reviewed

Welcome to a new section written by my wife Raspberry!
Rating system notes:
Worth Watching = 5 stars
Hm hm= 4 stars
Huh = 3 stars
Meh = 2 stars
Ugh = 1 star
Zettai ni Arimasen = Not if you gave me a million dollars tax free covered in chocolate

Rating: Huh

An interesting premise.  A storybook world where someone is trying to rewrite various traditional stories.  Everyone receives a 'Book of Fate' when they're born that tells them what their lives will be like and what to do when.  Chaos Tellers take over certain characters in a book using the characters' insecurities to control them and change the story.  The protagonists are a group of people whose books of fate were blank and can change into other traditional characters (Cinderella, Alice, Goliath, and Robin Hood) to fight villains that the Chaos Tellers create.  There might be some push-back from the Christian community about Goliath being lumped in with fairy tale characters.  That aside, I liked that two of the group transformed into opposite gender characters.  Robin Hood's attack magic was in a form I've not seen.  Cinderella's waltz was not a waltz, but most people won't notice that.  Foreshadowing at the end promised some new conflict.  And the end credits look like they'll cover stories from around the world, which should be nice.