The Loud House Encyclopedia
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The Loud House Encyclopedia
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Guessing Games is the fourteenth installment of graphic novels featuring The Loud House comics, published by Papercutz on December 28, 2021.

Official description

Lincoln Loud and his ten sisters - Lily, Lisa, Lana, Lola, Lucy, Lynn, Luan, Luna, Leni, and Lori - are up to still more adventures and antics! From the question of how to beat the bathroom line to the puzzle of writing a song with all your siblings - no guessing game too big for the lively Louds to play. But you can't begin to guess how much is going on inside and outside the Loud House!

  • Liam is stuck at the farm for a sick day and his animals are literally looking like his best pals! Which friend is going to pig it out?
  • Family pets Cliff and Charles have to ask: who has an easier life, cats or dogs?
  • Can Lincoln and his friends be trendy or will this be one big fail?
  • Will the Casagrandes pull off the perfect portrait? And what could possibly go wrong if Carl fills in for Bobby at the mercado? Lots!

FEATURING: Even more stories starring Lincoln Loud's family and friends from talent behind the hit shows THE LOUD HOUSE and THE CASAGRANDES!

—Back cover


Comics

Critter Comforts

When Liam is too sick to visit his friends, he decides to make the animals become his new friends, literally.

Guess Who?

  • Writer: Jair Holguin
  • Artist: Melissa Kleynowski
  • Colorist: Efrain Rodriguez
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

The Casagrandes are playing charades, but Ronnie Anne can't pull off her subject.

Trending

  • Writer: Zamir Rodriguez
  • Penciler, Colorist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Inker: Karolyne Rocha
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

After watching a trending dance video, Liam attempts to teach his friends on how to do it, with unsuccessful results.

Program Postponed

  • Writer: Kiernan Sjursen-Lien
  • Artist: Angela Zhang
  • Colorist: Efrain Rodriguez
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lily's favorite show has been canceled, so Rita, Lincoln and Luan offer to perform the show for her to cheer her up.

The Golden Bone

  • Writer: Kara Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Ron Bradley
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Mr. Nakamura is unsuccessful in training Nelson for an upcoming dog show, but Ronnie Anne might help with her skateboard.

So Subliminal

  • Writer: Kara Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Joel Zamudio
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lisa tests her new hypnosis device on her siblings.

Ticket for Two

  • Writer: Kevin Cannarile
  • Artist, Colorist: Daniela Rodriguez
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lana and Lola attempt to sneak into the theater to see a PG-rated film.

Bobby's World

  • Writer: Jair Holguin
  • Artist, Colorist: Amanda Tran
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Bobby leaves Carl in charge of the mercado to deal with some pressing matters, leading to some awkward situations.

On the Hush Hush

  • Writer: Whitney Wetta
  • Artist, Colorist: Joel Zamudio
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Rita and Lynn Sr. try to tire out Lily and put her to bed without making much noise.

Country Mouse, Suburban Hamster

  • Writer: Kacey Wooley-Huang
  • Artist, Colorist: Kelsey Wooley
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Liam is put in charge of taking care of Charles, Cliff, Geo and Walt, leading to some interesting pair ups with the farm animals.

Walkman the Line

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist: Max Alley
  • Colorist: Joel Zamudio
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lincoln, Clyde, Zach and Rusty find a mysterious device in the attic and question what its function is.

Singing Out Loud

  • Writer: Kacey Wooley-Huang
  • Artist, Colorist: Amanda Lioi
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

When told by Luna that only musicians can write song lyrics, Lynn tells her siblings to come up with lyrics of their own to prove Luna wrong.

10 Seconds to Perfect

  • Writer: Kara Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Jose Hernandez
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Frida's new camera has come in and the Casagrandes try to get the perfect family photo.

Twintuition

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist: Melissa Kleynowski
  • Colorist: Peter Bertucci
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

After being grounded for breaking Lynn Sr.'s sunglasses, Lana and Lola demonstrate their close bond by trying to finish each other's thoughts.

Furiendly Competition

Determined to see whose life is harder, Charles and Cliff decide to swap their living styles.

Buggin' Out

  • Writer: Zamir Ramirez
  • Artist, Colorist: Joel Zamudio
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lisa wants to experience her butterfly-moth crossbreeds blossom from their cocoons, but her siblings' antics might get in the way.

Sale Fail

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist: Max Alley
  • Colorist: Joel Zamudio
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

While Flip prepares himself for a store sale where everything is .01% off, his pet raccoon, Nacho, decides to pull a nasty prank on him.

Trivia

  • "Guess Who?" implies that the Casagrandes see Frida more as a camera person than an artist.
  • The image of Rita and Lynn Sr. reacting to the explosion in "On the Hush Hush" is taken from "Future Tense", when the two were awestruck by Belle playing her violin expertly.
  • "Sale Fail" reveals that Flip has a pet raccoon named Nacho.
  • "Critter Comforts" reveals that Liam owns a duck and a horse.
  • "Trending" reveals that Clyde doesn't know what "going viral" means, thinking it means to catch a virus.
  • "The Golden Bone" reveals that Nelson can skateboard.
  • "Bobby's World" reveals that Carl finds work boring, but that Bobby is of the opinion that the mercado is never boring.
  • Cultural reference: Liam's line "That'll do, pig" in "Country Mouse, Suburban Hamster" is a reference to a movie titled Babe, in which a farmer complimented a pig with this line.

Gallery

Sources


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