The Loud House Encyclopedia
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The Loud House Encyclopedia
Not to be confused with The Many Sides of Lincoln Loud.
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The Many Faces of Lincoln Loud is the tenth Loud House graphic novel, published by Papercutz on August 11, 2020.

Official Description

Lincoln Loud is an eleven-year-old boy with a big imagination. When you are the only boy living in a house with 10 sisters, you need to find your own peace of mind at times, imagination helps. Now, join Lincoln, his family, and friends for a look inside "the man with the plan" as we delve deep into Lincoln’s alter egos. Witness the thrilling adventures of Ace Savvy, superhero, and his sidekick, One-Eyed Jack! Team up with your best bud to form Clincoln McCloud, detectives at large to crack the biggest cases around the house and investigate all things not so normal. And try to find equilibrium as Lincoln Loud, middle child and supportive brother, leading his family to the sweetest trick or treat spot, helping pick the best dinner options, and training his older sister, Lynn. Plus, the twins, Lola and Lana head to a twin convention, Leni gets Lori mixed up with a mannequin, and Luan has a great time getting her braces tightened, who would have thought? Featuring stories from the creative team of Nickelodeon’s hit show!

—Amazon.com listing


Comics

The Haunted House

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist: Max Alley
  • Colorist: Amanda Rynda
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

When Lincoln and Clyde believe the Loud House is haunted, they become private investigators to find out.

Lucy of Melancholia

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Gizelle Orbino
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

After her siblings' arguing about where to go for dinner interrupts her quiet night with her favorite show, Lucy wishes she lived somewhere dark and quiet.

Rockin' Routine

  • Writer: Kiernan Sjursen-Lien
  • Artist: Lee-Roy Lahe
  • Colorist: Hallie Lal
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Sam has a rocking jam session, albeit in an unusual place.

None Chucked

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs and Zozo Aguiar
  • Artist, Colorist: Zozo Aguiar
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lincoln and Clyde, playing as Ace Savvy and One-Eyed Jack, encounter some familiar foes who have intercepted Lincoln's ninja book.

Big Gains

Lynn is training herself for a wresting match. When she starts lifting things, there isn't anything she can't lift.

Twinning at Life

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Agny Innocente
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lana and Lola, hoping to win a twin convention's Twinsiest Twin Competition, attempt to act more alike.

Model Behavior

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Erin Hyde
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lori and Leni's plans for a Super Sister Shopping Day at the mall are derailed when Leni mistakes a mannequin for Lori.

Terms of Endearment

Lincoln wants to play his new video game with Clyde, but has to sit through Clyde reading the game's terms and conditions first.

Brace for It

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist, Colorist: Kelsey Wooley
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Luan gets a standing ovation during a trip to the dentist.

Candy Hunting at Huntington Manor

  • Writer: Sammie Crowley
  • Artist: Ari Castleton
  • Colorist: Gabrielle Dolbey
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lincoln and Clyde take the Loud sisters out trick-or-treating at Huntington Manor, and end up getting even more candy than they had expected.

Trivia

  • This book makes The Loud House the only series of Nicktoon graphic novels published by Papercutz to reach ten volumes.
  • The "Meet the Loud Family and Friends!" section was revised to restore Sam's bio and include a profile for her brother Simon.
    • Simon and Dr. Feinstein make their debuts in the graphic novel series.
  • "The Haunted House" makes a reference to the comic "10:55 PM: Ghost of the Town" in the fifth volume, After Dark.
  • Warren, Lincoln's rabbit counterpart from "White Hare", appears on the cover; however no stories in the book feature him or his family.
    • Likewise, his 1920s counterpart from the comic "Private Eyes" in the third volume Live Life Loud! appears on the cover but does not appear within the stories of this book.
  • "None Chucked" reveals that Lincoln owns a book titled Secret Ninja Stuff, which used to be secret, until his sisters found it.
  • Several things are revealed about Clyde:
    • In "None Chucked", he says he has bad depth perception, however, it is unknown if this is always true, since he was wearing an eye patch when he said it. The same comic reveals that he is allergic to certain cleaning products.
    • "Terms of Endearment" reveals that he enjoys reading so much that he even finds reading the terms and conditions on video games entertaining.
  • "None Chucked" reveals that Lynn cannot recognise Japanese writing-- when she sees some Japanese writing in Lincoln's book, she mistakes it for a secret code.
  • In "Twinning at Life", Lola attempts to invent a secret language she can use with Lana. The twins would later succeed at inventing one in the episode "Training Day".
  • In "None Chucked", the twins are the only two sisters whose masks don't cover their mouths; they are wearing domino masks instead.
  • According to "Model Behavior", Leni has always feared that Lori would turn into a mannequin.
  • Error: In "The Haunted House", when many voices say, "Go to bed!" in unison to Lincoln and Clyde, one voice appears to be coming from the bathroom.

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