SAN DIEGO (AP) - When the ever-adolescent Beavis and Butt-head return to MTV in the fall _ nearly two decades after their heyday _ even their own network won't be safe from the trash-talking duo's mockery.
Creator Mike Judge came to San Diego's Comic-Con on Thursday to talk about the reboot of his beloved animated characters and offer a peek at the new season, which is set to premiere in October.
In their new incarnation, the two perennial teens _ still wearing their AC/DC and Metallica shirts _ riff on music videos, YouTube submissions and MTV shows such as "Jersey Shore" and "Teen Cribs."
"They're also watching UFC fights," Judge says.
The 48-year-old writer, who also voices many of his characters, says that besides Beavis and Butt-head, he hopes to tackle live-action dramas in his creative future.
Comic-Con continues through Sunday.