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There Will Be More Chaos is the second installment of graphic novels featuring The Loud House comics, and was published by Papercutz on November 21, 2017.[1]

Official Description

More household hijinks with Lincoln and his ten sisters: Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lana, Lola, Lisa, and Lily. Learn the insides and outs of living in the Loud House, and thriving in the chaos. Featuring all new stories and art by creator Chris Savino, and the show’s creative team!

Comics

  • "Back to School Shopping" -- Sammie Crowley and Whitney Wetta, writers; Erin Hyde, artist, colorist, letterer
    • The kids are going back to school shopping, and Lincoln can't bear it. So, he hides until it's over.
  • "Popsicle Problems" -- Kevin Sullivan, writer; Diem Doan, artist, letterer; Amanda Rynda, colorist
    • When Lincoln gets the only grape popsicle, his sisters will do anything to get it from him.
  • "Hoppily Ever After" -- Jordan Koch, writer, artist, colorist, letterer
    • After kissing Hops, Lola believes that he turned into a real prince and mistakes Artie for said prince.
  • "Date Night" -- Sammie Crowley and Whitney Wetta, writers; Ida Hem, artist, colorist, letterer
    • Lori tries to sneak out of the house for her date with Bobby without her siblings knowing and tagging along.
  • "The Sneeze!" -- Jared Morgan, writer, artist, letterer, colorist
    • Lincoln feels a sneeze coming on.
  • "Clyde's Cat-astrophe" -- Kevin Sullivan, writer; Ida Hem, artist, colorist, letterer
    • Clyde and his dads try to get Cleopawtra and Nepurrtiti in their cages for a vet appointment, which proves easier said than done.
  • "Land Escape" -- Jared Morgan, writer, artist, letterer, colorist
    • Lincoln and Clyde are painting landscapes, but Clyde has something else in mind for his muse.
  • "House Training" -- Jordan Koch, writer, artist, colorist, letterer
    • Lincoln disciplines a misbehaved animal, that animal being Lana.
  • "Tropical Paradise" -- Jordan Koch, writer, artist, colorist, letterer
    • When Lincoln can't find anywhere in the house for personal time, Luan makes him an offer he can't refuse.
  • "Tired Out" -- Kevin Sullivan, writer; Ari Castleton, artist, letterer; Diem Doan, colorist
    • Howard and Harold find out their favorite movie is on tonight, but Clyde is not old enough to watch it. So, they take him out on a day of fun to exhaust him.
  • "Lights Out" -- Jordan Koch, writer, artist, colorist, letterer
    • The Loud Kids can't think of anything for this segment before bedtime.
  • "The 10-Headed Beast" -- Jared Morgan, writer, artist, letterer, colorist
    • A fantasy adventure goes awry.
  • "Traffic Jam" -- Jordan Koch, writer; Diem Doan, artist, letterer, colorist
    • Lori gets stuck in "traffic".
  • "Bagged and Boarded" -- Jared Morgan, writer, artist, letterer, colorist
    • Lincoln gets the latest issue of Ace Savvy and will do whatever it takes to keep it protected from any collateral damage, even if it means taking the hits for it.
  • "Shoe Stylin'" -- Sammie Crowley and Whitney Wetta, writers; Adam Reed, artist, colorist, letterer
    • Lincoln gets the most styling shoes ever made like everyone else, but unfortunately, he already outgrows them.
  • "The Art of Cooking" -- Jared Morgan, writer, artist, letterer, colorist
    • Lynn Sr.'s dish for Enchilada Casserole does not go as planned.
  • "The Borrowers" -- Sammie Crowley and Whitney Wetta, writers; Agny Innocente, artist, letter; Amanda Rynda, colorist
    • Tired of his sister's borrowing his stuff and giving it back in poor condition, Lincoln gets a safe to keep all his stuff out of their reach, but he can't remember the combination.
  • "Muscle Fish" -- Miguel Puga, writer, artist, letter; Diem Doan, colorist
    • Muscle Fish VS the Sushi Strike Force.

Gallery

Trivia

  • "House Training" is based on a short comic strip by Jordan Koch.
    • The differences between both versions are that originally Lana was accused for peeing on the carpet, rather than barking at the mailman, and in the original strip, she's clean, but in the novel, she's dirty.

References

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