THA ICON Hits Us With Graphical Magic — Icon Pack Part 2
Do you remember that absolutely mind blowing thread by XDA member ThaPHLASH which featured a ton of fantastic icon packs, enough to set your brain on fire? I certainly do, and I also remember creaming my pa… actually, nevermind. Point is, it was a brilliant thread, in every way. But here comes the good news, a second thread has been started containing another dandy collection of priceless icons and ADW themes.
This thread comes packing heat with brushed metal, Red Spiderman, Venom Spiderman, Mechas Madness, and Army-esque icons. What’s best about these threads is that you can grab yourself each icon set for free, rather than paying the usual $4.99, each. ThaPHLASH is being nice to us, don’t you think?
If you want to grab yourself a piece of graphical magic, head on over to the original thread. These are icons you do not want to miss!
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