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This article is about the Loud House comic book. For the Casagrandes book, see Case of the Missing Cake.
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The Case of the Stolen Drawers is the twelfth installment of graphic novels featuring The Loud House comics, published by Papercutz on March 16, 2021.

Official Description

It’s a Loud family whodunit as Lincoln Loud is looking for his stolen lucky drawers. He suspects one of his ten sisters (either Lori, Leni, Luna, Lynn, Luan, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa, or Lily) could be the sticky-fingered culprit! Then, Lola takes on caring for animals as Lana comes down with a case of food poisoning and is too sick to watch her many, many pets. Will she roll up her gloves and take on this dirty job? Meanwhile, Lincoln’s friend Zach hunts a monster at the school. All this and the Casagrandes too! Is Sergio able to level up in the Casagrandes household? The shocking answers to these questions, some big belly laughs, and more in all-new stories by the Loud House creative comics team!


Comics

The Case of the Stolen Drawers

When Lincoln discovers his lucky pair of underwear missing, he decides to use his detective skills and interrogate certain people for answers.

Going Coco-Nuts!

  • Writer: Jair Holguin
  • Artist, Colorist: Erin Hunting
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Luan and Mr. Coconuts have a falling out, and Lincoln tries to help them rekindle their friendship.

Ollie Ollie Oxen Free

  • Writer: Jair Holguin
  • Artist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Colorist: Vic Miyuki
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

On a rainy day, Lincoln gets help from Casey, Sameer, Nikki and Carlos on how to perfect some skateboard moves.

Tongue Tied

  • Writer: Julia Guillen
  • Artist, Colorist: Ron Bradley
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Wanting to help Hector and Rosa give Spanish-speaking visitors a tour of Great Lakes City, Vito decides to learn how to speak Spanish.

Zach and the Mean Chalk

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist, Colorist: Erin Hyde
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Zach believes that a Chalk Monster is roaming the school, and tries to find help in stopping it.

Comic Relief

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Colorist: Vic Miyuki
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

While hanging out at the retirement home's Ace Savvy convention, Scoots steals Pop-Pop's rare first comic, prompting Lincoln and Clyde, along with Ronnie Anne, Rosa and Sergio, to get it back.

Level Up

  • Writer: Kiernan Sjursen-Lien
  • Artist: Lee-Roy Lahey
  • Colorist: Peter Bertucci
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

When Sergio plays on Ronnie Anne's laptop without her permission, she comes up with a plan to get him away from it.

Meat Your Maker

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist: George Holguin
  • Colorist: Vic Miyuki
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lincoln and his friends try to figure out what exactly the cafeteria's mystery meat is made of.

Model Pets

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

When Lana gets sick, Lola takes it upon herself to watch over her wide range of (filthy) pets.

Diagnosis: Loud

  • Writer: Paul Allor
  • Artist: Melissa Kleynowski
  • Colorist: Princess Bizares
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Mr. Grouse gets something stuck in his throat, prompting Lincoln, Lynn and Lisa to help out.

Cakenstein's Monsters

  • Writer: Paul Allor
  • Artist, Colorist: Erin Hunting
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lynn Sr. decides to take requests on how the sisters want their cupcakes, sometimes getting bizarre responses.

Lucy's Summer Fashion Tips

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist: Max Alley
  • Colorist: Peter Bertucci
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Sneak peek of Summer Special: In a season without much darkness, Lucy decides to show off some fashion tips for goths on how to maintain their dark nature in bright light.

The Great Escape

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist: Suzannah Rowntree
  • Inker, Colorist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Sneak peek of The Casagrandes Special: Ronnie Anne explains that having a large family means that it's tough to have a moment for yourself. Luckily, she knows a way around this.

Trivia

  • The costumes worn by the Loud kids on the book's cover is a possible reference to the opening scene of "Fool Me Twice", even down to Luan being noticeably absent from it.
  • "The Case of the Stolen Drawers" has plot similar to "The Maltese Bear", a noir-styled story about looking for a missing object.
  • "Zach and the Mean Chalk" has plot similar to "Tails of Woe", a story about Lincoln's gang looking for a creature from an urban legend in school.
  • "Level Up" has plot similar to "Anti-Social", a story about a main character spending too much time using electronics and their family trying to stop this habit.
  • "Meat Your Maker" reveals that hamburger meat is the only meat served at Royal Woods Elementary School's cafeteria.
  • "Comic Relief" reveals that Albert reads Ace Savvy and Myrtle and Bernie play Muscle Fish.
  • "Tongue Tied" reveals that Vito barely knows any Spanish words, but has always known "amigo". It also implies he speaks Italian as Hector wants to learn some Italian from him.
  • The sisters' strange behaviours in "The Case of the Stolen Drawers":
    • Lori - Pretending to be a football player.
    • Luna - Dressing up as a sports coach, calling herself "Coach Rockowski", and claiming she doesn't know who Luna is.
    • Lynn - Wearing sunglasses and a wig and eating expired leftovers out of the trash.
    • Lucy - Wearing a happy face mask.
    • Lana - Dressing up as Lola's dog.
    • Lola - Wearing a fake beard, pretending Lana is her dog, and calling herself "Mr. Beardly".
    • Lisa - Claiming to be a gardener.
    • Lily - Being able to be heard by Lincoln, but not seen.
      • Leni and Luan were the only sisters not to behave unusually, since they weren't in Lincoln's dream.
  • Errors:
    • In "The Great Escape", Stanley and Becca can be heard arguing from an apartment on the top level. However, the Changs actually live on the middle level.
    • Possible: In "Cake-enstein's Monster", Leni says that her cupcake doesn't match her shirt, but she was wearing a dress, not a shirt. However, given that Leni isn't very bright, she might have forgotten that she was wearing a dress.


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