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Avengers Refresh!

Dave adds on to his Refresh folder replacements with a new set based on The Avengers.

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Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts

Anthony Piraino raids Mount Olympus to bring you icons from the 1981 cinematic adventure, Clash of the Titans.

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The Good & Plenty of 2009

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2009 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Once More To Middle Earth

Artist Dave Brasgalla crafts a detailed collection of freeware icons to mark the DVD release of Return of the King.

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Avengers (Refresh)

Folder icons based on symbols from Marvel's Avengers

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Clash of the Titans 1981

Icons based on the original Clash of the Titans film.

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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusadeâ„¢

Items from Indy's quest to discover the fabled Holy Grail.

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World of Aqua 5

Photorealistic icons of applications & other goodies!

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LOTR - Armoury of the Third Age

Swords, shields, and other Middle Earth objects

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