When the Pastmaster kidnaps Callie, the SWAT Kats and the two Feral’s attempts to save her find them in the Ice Age and prehistoric times.
The Megakat City ocean has an unknown, mysterious sub fighter named Phurranha. Razor becomes very jealous of him, but Chance finds a note in the hanger that might concern this hero.
The Pastmaster has returned to MegaKat City and has kidnapped Callie. But, with T-Bone still recovering from a work-related injury, Razor must make an important decision: Who’s going to fly the TurboKat?
The SWAT Kats and five Enforcers — Feral, Felina, Steele, and two rookies — get knocked back into the dinosaur age by the Pastmaster. Luckily for her, one of the rookies has a thing for Razor.
The SWAT Kats, Pastmaster, and the musketeers join up to dethrone King Louis XIV, rescue Phillipe and Kari’s two friends, and find the Pastmaster’s watch.
The Pastmaster has returned, attempting to set Megakat City back in time by a thousand years. Fortunately, the SWAT Kats have rock and roll on their side. (Oneshot – Complete)
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?
The Pastmaster tries to make trouble for the SWAT Kats in the present, but a strange sorceress she-kat follows him through the vortex. Who is she, and what does she want?
It is commonly known that Queen Callista stole The Pastmaster’s heart all those centuries ago. But what is less known is that their quarrel goes further back, and even then she managed to take away something of his. He wasn’t pleased, believe me.
Thanks to an incident with the Pastmaster, T-Bone and Razor find they’ve switched bodies. Can they keep everyone from noticing? And, how will they get back to normal? A challenge response. See also Collin Blake’s contribution.
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