2012, Parmy Olson, We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency, Little, Brown and Company (2012), ISBN 9780316213530, unnumbered page: It soon became a trend on 4chan to describe someone as “an hero”—before it morphed into the verb form: “I'm going to an hero.”
2013, Trevor James Zaple, Disappearance, Lulu (2013), ISBN 9781300749301, Chapter 1: So I’m going to an hero on webcam he continued typing and I’ll post the link to the stream in a second.
2012, Lindsay Cibos, Jared Hodges, Draw More Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic Fantasy Creatures Extra animals add complexity, but the benefit is that you're more likely to create a unique new character. There's hundreds of wolf anthros, but how many zebra-striped pig-tigers are there?
2004, Brad Guigar, The everything cartooning book (page 146) They are to anthro cartoonists what Trekkies are to Star Trek, gathering for special conventions that feature anthro cartoons and cartoonists.
2003, November 21, Jane Davitt, Re: 5.8: Gunn's toy robots , alt.tv.angel, http://groups.google.com/group/alt.tv.angel/msg/96107eeec9203a35
, “'Anvilicious'? … 'Of, or pertaining to, anvils,' is how I'd describe it. Remember in cartoons, when they get dropped on people from a height? It means when an idea is presented on the show with about that much subtlety …”