Animation Magazine ("Daria ends successful run on MTV with second TV Movie")
Slate ("Requiem for Daria")
Yahoo News ("Still the Sane, if Not Successful, Voice, Daria Bows Out")
TV Guide ("Droll With It")
LA Times ("A Siren's Call")
Net Slaves ("Daria: Geek Girl Icon?")
New York Times ("Breaking Through Animation's Boy Barrier")
The Detroit News ("Toon teen Daria stars in TV film")
Exponent Online ("MTV's Daria makes a statement")
The Holland Sentinel ("Cartoon teen Daria stars in first TV film")
Rainbow Arch ("Daria on MTV")
1999 And Before
Animation Nerd's Paradise ("Daria"'s real and it's real good)
The Austin Chronicle ("Office Space/Mike Judge")
Business Wire ("Daria Sings and Dances into Its Third Season")
CPX Net ("Daria: Not a Nerd, Just Smart")
Ennui Magazine
("Women to Watch: Daria")
Girls Writing Group ("Daria: Too Cool for High School")
Hartford Advocate (A Poster Girl for High-Minded Sarcasm)
Kyle's Personal Page ("Why you should be watching... Daria")
Metro Active ("Women Behaving Smartly")
Metro Active Arts ("The King and His Spinoff")
The Michigan Daily ("Original Cynicisms Rule 'Daria'")
New York Daily News
New York Daily News Review
New York Post
New York Times Online
Ozersky, John ("Kevorkian Cutie") ("Dueling specials force TV viewers to make tough choices") ("MTV's women: They're 'toons!")
Stomp Tokyo ("Daria: Cynicism in the underclass at Lawndale High")
The Stony Brook Press ("The Misery Chick")
Teen TV Critic ("Sick of smilely faces and feel-good vibes?")
Total TV (Interview with Daria)
USA Today -- March 3, 1997
USA Today -- Feb 16, 1998

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