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Scary Monsters & Super Creeps

Hand-painted icons of some of horror's scariest monsters.

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Son of Somatic

Spooky cartoon icons for halloween

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Retro Masks

Creepy halloween masks based on the classic Ben Cooper designs from the 1970's

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Nimble Halloween

The undead are looking rather lively in these Halloween replacement folders for your desktop.

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There Castle!

There wolf! There Castle! Join Igor (pronounced eye-gor) and Dr. Frederic Frankenstein at their dark castle for Halloween!

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Snappy Hour Halloween

More retro iconic artwork from artist Derek Yaniger.

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Haunted Hard Drives

Classic movie monsters invade your hard drive!

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Halloween '99

Our 1999 classic Halloween icon collection.

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The Great Pumpkin

Its a classic set of Great Pumpkin desktop icons.

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