Papercutz, publisher of the graphic novel adventures of the hit animated series The Loud House, shared some sales data on the popular series, as well as an update on the planned tie-in movie.

The Loud House is an animated series created by Chris Savino, based on his own childhood growing up in a large family in Michigan. The series follows the chaotic life of Lincoln Loud, a middle child and only boy, and his 10 sisters (who all have names that start with “L”). The series has broadcast three seasons, and Nickelodeon has renewed it for a fourth.

Papercutz has been releasing graphic novel adventures of The Loud House since 2017. The latest graphic novel, The Loud House #6: Loud and Proud will release on May 6. The next 3-in-1 collection, Vol 2: After Dark, Loud and Proud, and Family Tree, will debut in August. The graphic novels are written by the creative team of the show.

“Our sales have been taking off on the 3-in-1 volume collections we’ve been doing, going from 50K on #1 last fall to 90K on #2 this early summer,” Terry Nantier, CEO and Publisher of Papercutz told ICv2 via email.” Also our weekly sales on each volume has been going up into the hundreds, we are constantly going back to press, #1 has sold over 30K.”

Viacom CEO Bob Bakish announced plans for Viacom’s Nickelodeon Studios to produce a Loud House movie for Netflix, THR reported. The movie is part of the Viacom and Nickelodeon’s efforts to produce new content for digital and linear platforms. This move was in response to Paramount removing The Loud House Movie from its 2020 release calendar earlier this spring. The movie is tentatively set to debut on Netflix in 2021.