The Annie awards are coming up on February 1st 2014 and Korra has been nominated in 3 categories.

Book 2 logo,0,3639869.story#axzz2mMUvByf0 Best animated TV/broadcast production for children's audience "Adventure Time" - Cartoon Network Studios "Beware the Batman" - Warner Bros. Animation "Disney Gravity Falls" - Disney Television Animation "Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness" - Nickelodeon Animation Studio "Regular Show" - Cartoon Network Studios "Scaredy Squirrel" - Nelvana "Teen Titans Go!" - Warner Bros. Animation "The Legend of Korra" - Nickelodeon Animation Studio Directing in an animated TV/broadcast Production Colin Heck - "The Legend of Korra" - Nickelodeon Animation  Elaine Bogan - "Dragons: Defenders of Berk" - DreamWorks Animation Stephan Franck - "The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow" - Sony Pictures Animation John Aoshima - "Disney Gravity Falls" - Disney Television Animation Aaron Springer - "Disney Mickey Mouse" - Disney Television Animation Angus MacLane - "Toy Story of Terror" - Pixar Animation Studios Harold Harris - "Justin Time" - Guru Studio Production design in an animated TV/broadcast production Angela Sung, William Niu, Christine Bian, Emily Tetri, Frederic Stewart - "The Legend of Korra" - Nickelodeon Animation Studio  Liz Artinian, Ray Feldman, Chris Fisher, George Fort - "The Venture Bros." - "What Color Is Your Cleansuit" - Titmouse Inc. Steven Sugar, Emily Walus, Sam Bosma, Elle Michalka, Amanda Winterstein - "Steven Universe" - "Gem Glow" - Cartoon Network Studios Lynna Blankenship, Dima Malanitchev, Debbie Peterson, Charles Ragins, Jefferson R. Weekley - "The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror XXIV" -- Gracie Films in Association with 20th Century Fox TV Christophe Vacher - "Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters"- Hasbro Studios Nick Jenings, Sandra Calleros, Teri Shikasho, Ron Russell - "Adventure Time" - Cartoon Network Studios - Always great to see the show nominated for awards. Looking at the nominees for best animated tv production I really think Korra has to win, Adventure Time and Gravity Falls would be the main rivals from my perspective, but I honestly expect Korra to win. It is a bit odd to see only Colin Heck nominated for best director when Ian Graham also did as many episodes as him, more difficult to predict, but I would say he is in with a chance given the quality of the show. Korra is such a good looking show that I think it could do well in the final category also. I hope it wins something as we were disappointed last year when it didn't win any of the awards it was up for. Thoughts?