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"Choke on that, causality!"

Foreman Ged Maheux releases his fifth volume of Futurama icons to mark the release of Bender's Big Score on DVD.

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"2192 days since leaving orbit."

Dave Brasgalla is pleased to launch his latest freeware icon collection based on the cult sci-fi show Space: 1999.

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"Welcome Back Mr. Anderson!"

Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon collection, Matrix Rebooted, as a CandyBar replacement set.

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Futurama Vol. 5 - Heads In Jars

Famous celebrity heads from the Futurama TV series.

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Space: 1999

Icons from the classic sci-fi television series of the 70's.

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The Matrix

Matrix characters Neo, Trinity and more in icon form.

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