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musculous

(ˈmʌskjʊləs)
adj
a variant form of muscular
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Musnet: The Tears of the Painter is the fourth and final graphic novel in an all-ages series set in 19th century France, following the anthropomorphic Mus Musculous (his name is from the Latin term for a field mouse) in his quest to become the greatest mouse painter of all.
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