The Best Clips from MTV’s ‘Liquid Television’ Archive

By
Share:

Children of the ’90s will remember MTV’s animated anthology series Liquid Television for gems like the avant sci-fi Æon Flux , early Beavis and Butthead, or even the show’s theme music composed by Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh. The oddball indie animated showcase was one giant bizarro world blending the strange and amusing works from names like Richard Sala, Charles Burns, and Peter Bagge. It looks like MTV is hosting a giant Liquid Television portal — a virtual treasure trove of these early works which pushed boundaries and in many ways helped revolutionize the art of animation. Check out MTV’s archive and hit the jump for a peek at a few of our faves from this out of print series. Play some “Frog Baseball,” dig into a little 1990’s infomercialism at its weirdest, experience an early live-action/comic book work from Charles Burns, and more below.

Get More: MTV Shows

Get More: MTV Shows

Get More: MTV Shows

Get More: MTV Shows

Get More: MTV Shows

Get More: MTV Shows