So the YouTube channel “HuHa!”, featuring British web cartoons (think Weebl’s stuff), also features a web series called “Twisted Fairy Tales” (I believe “Fractured Fairy Tales” had already been taken ), narrated by one Mr. William Shatner (the series stress that point, both in the episodes’ intro, and by little details like a Security Monitor display “Star Date”, Goldilocks dreaming of “Kirk”-boxing an old lady while dressed in Star Fleet TOS Command Gold, or Cinderella transferring VHS copies of “T.J. Hooker” episodes to DVD.
The cartoons themselves are so-so, good for a chuckle here and there, but I think the writers try too hard to be (as we used to say back in the day) “urban edgy” (And not in a particular humorous way either - for example, the intro has a Tinkerbelle-like fairy spray-painting “Twisted” graffiti over the Fairy Tale title card); they also rely a lot on school-boy humor (for example, each intro has a somewhat “off-color” anagram of the title, like “Yes Get A Nip Lube” for “Sleeping Beauty”). The animation software they used seems a bit off to me - the characters move like animatrons with dodgy hydraulics. Much like in Fractured Fairy Tales, anachronisms abound, with characters in what generally seems to be Grimm-Fairly-Tale era settings using Smart-phones, and posting on YouTube (conversely, Jack of Bean Stalk fame wears Medieval clothing while living in a 1970s-style urban housing project).
None-the-less, Mr. Shatner seems to get into his voice-over work, and seems to have fun reading his goofy lines. You may get a chuckle out of the series.
(And if not that, try “Wobble-Box”)