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Naruto to the Rescue!

Iconfactory artist Talos Tsui releases his latest freeware icon set based on the popular Japanese anime series Naruto.

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Naruto Returns for More!

Artist Talos Tsui brings more characters from the popular Japanese anime series, Naruto, to your desktop in Vol. 2

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Attack of the Giant Japanese Icons!

Talos releases updates to two classic sets - Aibo & Doraemon. Now with giant sizes & CandyBar custom docks!

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The Cat Gets the Bat

Talos has updated his icon sets based on the WB's Batman to include large Leopard and Vista sizes plus new docks.


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Naruto Vol. 2

More characters from the hit anime series Naruto.

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Storm Riders

Icons from the popular Hong Kong comic book.

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Icons based on the popular robot cat from Japan.

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Aibo X

Icons of SONY's landmark robotic doggie.

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The Batman Vol. 2

Characters from The Batman animated series on the WB.

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The Batman Vol. 1

Lead characters from The Batman animated series.

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