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"Something wicked this way comes."

It's time once again for the Iconfactory's annual haunted make over. Fill your pumpkin bucket with spooky goodies!

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'Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas

Artist Louie Mantia brings the characters of Tim Burton's animated feature, The Nightmare Before Christmas to life!

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Trick or Treat!

Classic, creepy masks that 1970's trick-or-treaters should remember.

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Totally Awesome Dude!

Artist Gedeon Maheux releases his latest freeware icon set based on characters from the Golden Age of Arcade Games.

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Boo!

Artist David Lanham digs his latest icon creation, Vintage Halloween, just in time for the trick or treaters!

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Another Halloween Come and Gone

We hope you enjoyed our spooky make-over this year and hope you had a fun and safe Halloween!

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Cute, Cuddly and Creepy!

Artist Mindy Weaver releases her latest freeware icon set just in time for Halloween 2003 - Boo Buddies!

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