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Mission: Impossible!

Artist Dave Brasgalla releases a gorgeous Aqua-style icon tribute to cult-tv favorite Mission: Impossible.

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"Kittens give Morbo gas!"

Iconfactory Foreman, Gedeon Maheux, releases the third volume in his set of freeware icons based on Futurama.

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"You win again, gravity!"

Iconfactory Foreman releases the second in his series of freeware icon collections based on the TV series Futurama.

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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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Kong

The iconic return of the original King!

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Iron Chef

Food & chef icons from the cult Japanese TV show.

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