I was recently reading a new webcomic, and it made me briefly recall another webcomic I read, probably in the early 2000s, maybe on Keenspace or Keenspot. It was set in a world where the fairy tales were (largely) true, although they worked a bit differently. I don't remember if the protagonist was a known fairy tale character. If they were, I think they were minor. Early in the series, they run into the characters of Beauty and the Beast, with a small twist that the Beast tries to appear to be a violent jealous husband, but is actually very clingy, and cowed by Belle. Later, they encounter "Little Red Riding Hood", who's a psychotic killer with a penchant for axes. I remember that she was often shown with her hood/cloak, and the blood, being the only part in color, of course in red. At some point, they showed her "grandmother", who is a wizened corpse, who I think had been sewn back together into some semblance of humanity, but clearly dead for some time. Lastly, somewhere around when I stopped reading, I remember they encountered The Girl with Silver Hands, a tale I was unfamiliar with at the time. She was in a village, and had the silver hands, and seemed a sweet and giving soul. I don't recall if she had an arc, but I have a vague memory that there was something sinister going on that the rest of the village was engaged in.
The art-style was largely black-and-white, with the characters drawn in more of an anime-style, usually fairly simple lines, although I remember Beast being suitably detailed and hairy, Red Riding Hood and her grandmother drawn in very detailed style, and some very involved backgrounds.