The Loud House Encyclopedia
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The Loud House Encyclopedia
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Who's the Loudest? is the eleventh installment of graphic novels featuring The Loud House comics, published by Papercutz on November 18, 2020.

Official description

Things can get awfully loud in a household of 11 kids. Join 11-year-old Lincoln and his ten sisters––Lori, Leni, Lynn, Luna, Luan, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa, and Lily––as they compete to see who is the Loudest of them all and most deserving of the family name. Earplugs not included! Plus: Head to a rock concert with Luna Loud and… Myrtle?! Get ready to dare to interrupt Rosa as she cooks in her kitchen as Sergio and Lalo suffer a “Snack Attack,” see what Cliff and Charles are really made of in one of Lisa’s science experiments, or even more horrifying… try the food at Flip’s “convenience” store. Featuring stories from the worlds of the hit shows THE LOUD HOUSE and THE CASAGRANDES!

—Amazon.com


Comics

I Know Where You Shopped Last Summer

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

When one of Vanzilla's tires pops while Leni, Fiona and Miguel head to a new Reininger's outlet store, Leni attempts to channel her inner Lana to fix it up.

Home Sickness

Carlota may be sick, but that won't stop her from travelling around the world.

Musical Myrtle

Luna underestimates just how much of a rock fan Myrtle really is.

Ocean 11

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist, Colorist: Tyler Koberstein
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

The family proceeds to have a fun day at the beach, and a treasure map in a bottle might make the trip even more fun.

Free to be Me

Boris jams to a pop song while he suspects his fellow Mortician's Club members aren't watching.

Snack Attack

Sergio and Lalo attempt to nab whatever Rosa is cooking, but without success.

That's a Wrap

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

Hector gets a false alarm after Carlitos' bath.

Macabre Munchies

The Mortician's Club discover the horrors of a certain convenience store.

Cannonball Run

Bobby gets a summer job at the Royal Woods public pool, and the siblings decide to have a race to liven things up.

Customer Appreciation

The mercado gets some very fascinating customers.

Robot Rumpus

  • Writer: Kiernan Sjursen-Lien
  • Artist: Melissa Kleynowski
  • Colorist: Princess Bizares
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

While watching a movie marathon about robots, Lincoln and Zach fear that Clyde has become a robot.

Hook, Line, and Stinker

  • Writer, Artist, Colorist, Letterer: Jared Morgan

While the Loud kids are on a fishing trip with Pop-Pop, Lincoln is determined to catch a big fish with Pop-Pop's help.

One, Two, Switcheroo

Lisa's latest experiment results in Charles and Cliff swapping bodies, much to their horror.

Who's the Loudest?

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Tyler Koberstein
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

When the Loud pets attempt to get some sleep after failing to get some last night, the numerous activities of the kids keep them awake, and everywhere they go, the activities only get louder and louder.

Operation X-Mas

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

Sneak peek of Winter Special: Lisa, Lola and Lana have a secret plan disguised as playdates with their friends.

Trivia

  • The "Meet the Loud Family and Friends!" section expanded and was revised to include bios for Miguel, Fiona, Haiku, Persephone, Boris, Dante, Morpheus, and Bertrand.
    • It's revealed that both Miguel and Fiona are sixteen years old, and that Haiku is the co-leader of the Morticians Club.
    • Although Ronnie Anne has a profile in this volume, she does not physically appear in any of the stories.
  • "I Know Where You Shopped Last Summer" reveals that Leni knows how to change a tire.
  • "Musical Myrtle" reveals that Myrtle listens to rock music and knits clothes for a particular rock band.
  • "Free to Be Me" reveals that the Morticians Club likes pop music when it's played on a funeral organ, while "Macabre Munchies" reveals that they're afraid of expired food.
  • "Cannonball Run" reveals that Hector loves it when the circus comes to town, since it grants him more paying customers.
  • "Robot Rumpus" reveals that Clyde takes yoga classes, and that certain food can make him sleepwalk.
  • "Hook, Line, and Stinker" reveals that Lori finds fishing gross.
  • "Who's the Loudest?" reveals that Hops croaks in his sleep, and that Mr. Grouse's favourite part of mowing the lawn is the sound of the mower.
  • Cartoon biology: Cliff whistles in "One, Two, Switcheroo" despite being a cat.
  • Foreshadowing: In "Home Sickness", Carlota's flushed cheeks and nose are a clue that she's sick.

References

  • Sesame Street - In "Cannonball Run", Luan says, "Rubber ducky, you said you're the one," referencing this children's television show, in which a character named Ernie sings, "Rubber ducky, you're the one."


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