Artwork by John Berry
      In the

Daria has been featured often in the media ever since (and, in some cases, even before) it premiered in March of 1997. Appearances have ranged from serious reviews of the show by newspapers such as The New York Times and The Washington Post, to lighter pieces in Seventeen and People magazines, and even a parody in Cracked magazine.

Note that most of these references were obtained from the Planet Daria and web sites. If you spot any references that you think would make a good addition to this list, send e-mail an to me, NeonHomer and I'll do my best to add them.

ODR Gets Mentioned!
Septempber 12, 2017
Outpost Daria Reborn gets mentioned in Snopes! (text only)
Mall Monkeys!
October 23, 2002
The Fashion Club makes a guest appearance in this online comic. (picture)
Slate Magazine
January 21, 2002
Article about "Is It College Yet?" and the end of the series. (text only)
TV Guide Online
January 21, 2002
Article about "Is It College Yet?" and the end of the series. (text only)
CBS Early Show
January 21, 2002
Daria is interviewed by anchor Jane Clayson. (text only)
Animation Magazine
January 18, 2002
Article about "Is It College Yet?" and the end of the series, with comments from Glenn Eichler. (text only)
MTV New Year's Eve 2002
December 31, 2001
Daria presents her New Year's resolutions and plugs "Is It College Yet?". (text only)
The New Adventures of Bobbin
August 31, 2001
Daria and Jane make a surprise appearance in this online comic. (picture)
MTV's 20th Anniversary
August 1, 2001
Daria mentioned in various periodicals covering MTV's 20th anniversary. (text with links)
TV Guide Online
August 24, 2000
Article about "Is It Fall Yet?" and an "interview" with Daria. (text only)
W Magazine
November 1999
The cast in designer outfits. (pictures only)
TV Guide
July 24-30, 1999
Close-Up article about the episode "Speedtrapped." (text only)
TOON Magazine
Issue #18 (Spring 1999)
An extensive article about Daria. Includes an interview with Glenn Eichler and Susie Lewis, original production artwork, and an episode log for the first two seasons.
The New York Times
May 16, 1999
Article about the show. (text only)
May 3, 1999
Likeness of Daria depicted on one of the comic strip's characters. (picture)
Sci-Fi Universe
April 1999
In the "Rants" column (pg 74), Paul T. Riddell discusses animation in the 1990s, and declares Daria to be one of the decade's most underappreciated animated series (along with The Tick).
March 1999
Full-page advertisement for the premiere of Daria's third season. (picture)
TV Guide
February 13-19, 1999
Various mentions and highlights of the third season premiere. (text and picture)
Teen People
February 1999
Daria voted "Killer Cartoon" in Readers' Choice Awards. (text and picture)
Entertainment Weekly
October 9, 1998
Daria was named a "toon diva," along with Tinkerbell, Veronica (from the Archie comics), and Foghorn Leghorn.
People Weekly
September 14, 1998
Daria's comments on the best and worst dressed of 1998. (text and picture)
September 1998
Daria's school rules. (text only)
July 1998
Article about Daria's bedroom. (text and picture)
The New York Times
May 11, 1998
Article about the show. (text only)
Women's Wear Daily
June 1998
Interview with Daria. (text and pictures)
October 27, 1997
Article about MTV Networks. (picture)
October 1997
Quote from Daria. (text and picture)
MTV Video Music Awards
September 4, 1997
Transcript of Daria and Jane's appearance. (text only)
The Chigago Tribune: TVWeek
August 17-23, 1997
Interview with Glenn Eichler, Susie Lewis, and Abby Terkuhle, with overview of show. (text and picture)
TV Guide
July 12-18, 1997
Image of cover featuring Daria. (picture)
The Washington Post
June 1, 1997
Interview with Glenn Eichler and overview of show. (text only)
May 1997
Overview of show. (text and picture)
The Sunday Examiner & Chronicle: Parade
April 13, 1997
Interview with Daria. (text only)
March 1998
Parody of show. (pictures)
(no date given)
Overview of show. (text only)
The New York Times
(no date given)
Overview of show. (text only)
America Online
(no date given)
Announcement of second season debut, overview of show. (text only)
SPIN Online
(no date given)
Overview of show. (text only)

The following are links to articles about Daria appearing on other web sites. Note that not all of these links may still be valid, given the rapidly changing nature of the web. If you notice that a link listed below has changed or is no longer available, please send e-mail to and I'll update or remove it at once.

Animation Lust
Daria wins (and is runner-up in) several categories in the 2001 Animation Lust Excellence in Animation Award for Television (aka the 2001 Crusader Rabbit Award). (text and pictures)
May 5, 1997
An article about "bewitching teen heroines," with several mentions of Daria. (text only)
The Hartford Advocate
December 4, 1997
Overview of show. (text and picture)