Anyone a fan of the Aeon Flux animated shorts that used to air on MTV's Liquid Television in the early 1990s? I used to sneak down to the living room at midnight when my parents were asleep to watch Aeon Flux and The Maxx. Both of these shows were mind-bendingly weird. Aeon Flux was positively sexual in its imagery and completely non-linear in its story telling aesthetics with the earliest, very short episodes. The spy/assassin Aeon would often die at the end of episodes as she tried to complete some mission in this seriously bizarre future: one half utopian, the other half dystopian. Aeon Flux was an original animation by Peter Cheung. The Maxx really pushed the boundary in exploring the fantasy aspect of a physically and psychologically abused woman whose mind/self would transport itself into a subconsciously created alternative universe, similar to the Outback in Australia, where she was a powerful warrior queen or something. I later learned that The Maxx was based on Sam Keith's comic under the Image imprint, and the comic fleshed out the story properly (if I remember correctly, the animation never finished the story). While there were other programmes on Liquid Television like Beavis and Butthead and some Art Spiegleman stuff, it was AF and TM that really caught my imagination. Does anyone remember other underrated and strange animated shows like these?