The Loud House #1: Buzz

Praise for THE LOUD HOUSE #1

“There is a flow that makes each story distinct and visually appealing. Overall, I absolutely recommend this for the kid in your life. Whether they’re already a fan of The Loud House or not, they’ll probably find something to relate to in this set of stories.” – Words.Blank-Stare.com

“[B]rings the popular Nickelodeon show’s comic book strip aesthetic to life with 15 original stories focusing on Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters. This graphic novel is a great passageway for potential new fans of the franchise, and a must-read for comic readers already invested in the show.” – Newsarama

“This frenetic collection of stories about the cartoonish antics of his family is riotous.” – Booklist

Unlike some comic book adaptations from cartoon series, this one does not depend on the reader being a regular viewer of the show. The characters are set up quickly, and the humor is independent of the show’s episodes […] Children and adults will find plenty to laugh at.” – ICv2

“Solid, family-friendly gags; does a lot with a big cast.” – NPR’s Monkey See Blog

“Any kid with siblings will appreciate Lincoln’s plight.” – Mental Floss

“The graphics. The story. The dialogue! This is so perfect for fans of the Loud House!” – Librarian

“This made me feel a little nostalgic of the time when I used to read Archie comics. Very beautiful illustrations! Every character in the Loud family has their own depth and branding/quality.” – The Book Weirdo

“The stories are funny and full of mischief while clearly embracing the annoyance that only true siblings can bring. Fun and enjoyable for the whole family.” – A Window Into Books

“We had a great time reading this book in my house and I have already ordered book #2. I highly recommend this read and the cartoon if you have not yet seen it on t.v.” – Ebook Discovery

“The stories are funny and full of mischief while clearly embracing the annoyance that only true siblings can bring. Fun and enjoyable for the whole family and a strong recommendation for the show.” – Educator