Back in the early ’90s, MTV’s Liquid Television showcased a wide variety of animation, introducing the world to Aeon Flux and Beavis and Butthead and mainstream audiences to the work of Billy Plympton and Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Now MTV’s revived the anthology series as a webseries, co-produced by former MTV Animation employee Chris Prynoski (I take it MTV’s either forgiven the MTV-bashing running gags in Prynoski’s MEGAS XLR or they just have a healthy sense of humor). A TV revival in the near future is possible. Five episodes are up on Hulu now. The shorts are a mixed bag but they go by quickly so if you’re into quirky cartoons you’ll find something you enjoy. It’s also got more music than you’re likely to see on MTV today. From the first episode, the standout short is easily Jim Mahfood’s D.I.S.C.O. Destroyer, an action-packed blaxploitation homage with an awesome comic book-inspired art style.