2016 Daytime Emmy Award winners in animation

Peg + Cat

This weekend saw this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards take place. The Creative Arts Emmys were awarded on Friday, and the remainder of the Emmys were given on Sunday. For unfortunate reasons, this year’s ceremonies weren’t televised or streamed online, supposedly out of cost-related reasons. In this day and age, there shouldn’t be an excuse to not at least stream … Read more

“Lumberjanes” wins the 2016 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book

Lumberjanes #11

The winner of this year’s GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book has been announced. For the first time, “Lumberjanes” has won the prize! The other nominees for the award were: Angela: Queen of Hel (Marvel), by Marguerite Bennett, Kim Jacinto, Israel Silva, Stephanie Hans Harley Quinn (DC Comics), by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Chad Hardin, John Timms, … Read more

27th annual GLAAD Media Award comics nominees announced

Lumberjanes #11

This year’s GLAAD Media Award nominees have been announced. The awards are meant to draw attention to positive portrayals of LGBT people in mainstream media. This includes the medium of comic books. The nominees this year for Outstanding Comic Book: Angela: Queen of Hel (Marvel), by Marguerite Bennett, Kim Jacinto, Israel Silva, Stephanie Hans Harley Quinn (DC … Read more

Animation winners of the 2014 primetime Emmy Awards

Bob's Burgers

This year’s primetime Emmys were awarded last Monday night. As a followup to my post on the nominees, here’s a look at which ones have won (winners are in blue). The full list of Emmy winners is available here (plus the Emmys’ main site for the technical categories). Outstanding Animated Program “Archer” “Bob’s Burgers” “Futurama” “South Park” … Read more

Anthony’s Notes is one of November’s “Featured Five” sites on The Parrington Review!

MacBook Air on a table

Anthony’s Notes now has its first actual online award under its belt—it’s one of the “Featured Five” sites by the website The Parrington Review! The Parrington Review is a site that reviews film, literature, and other websites. The site’s run by Dan Parrington, who I met through a LinkedIn blogger forum, where he was accepting … Read more