Dr. Harley Street (“The Ci-kat-a”) and Dr. Viper join forces to conquer Megakat City. Who will defend it against these villains? The Enforcers? A new group of vigilantes? Or someone else?…
Dr. Viper and his mushroom monster break into Megakat Biochemical Labs, and the Enforcers arrive to try and take him down for good. But, what is it that Viper is trying to steal this time… (Note: The first chapter has been re-written, but the second has not. There is a disconnect between the two.)
When Dr. Viper threatens Callie’s life, the Pastmaster goes hunting for revenge. Can the SWAT Kats save Callie without being diced in the crossfire?
Dr. Viper is back, attacking MegaKat City with a new breed of mutant vines. With Mayor Manx and Callie Briggs already captured by the mutated doctor, it’s up to Razor, T-Bone, and Kat to put a stop to Dr. Viper before he completely takes over all of MegaKat City…
A spoof of “Cartoon Planet.” The SWAT Kat villains get their own show.
When Razor is poisoned by Dr. Viper, T-Bone must think on his feet to save his friend’s life.
While in pursuit of Dr. Viper, the Swat Kats run into five strange creatures from another planet with mystical armor, known as the Ronin Warriors. Can Razor, T-Bone, and Kat defeat Dr. Viper, who has once again joined forces with Dark Kat, and send the Ronin Warriors back to their world in time to defeat their own enemy? “Ronin Warriors” Crossover.
(Unfinished) This story takes place some time after the end of the series. Dr. Viper is back in town and up to no good, and it’s up to T-Bone and Razor to stop him, but something terrible happens that no one expected.
Thanks to Dr. Viper, Razor has been infected with a serum that’s turning him into a mindless zombie. Unfortunately for T-Bone, the only place to find the antidote is the Dark Ages. (A character study of T-Bone.)
Black Arrow and the SWAT Kats have to battle a few mutated snakes that Dr. Viper has fixed up. However, special weapons are required, and Black Arrow and the SWAT Kats are wrapped up in his scheme. Will Feral help?
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