One dark, cold, and stormy night, Jake and Chance are stranded and given a tour by Rod Serling and Alfred Hitchcock in a haunted house that has more cameos than “Mars Attacks!”
(Unfinished) In the midst of a slew of supervillain attacks, T-Bone meets a very unusual girl and takes a very unusual shine to her. But, with secrets, secret identities, and a tangle of villainous schemes, romance is a bit complicated.
The SWAT Kat cast brings you a very magical holiday special (if you consider drunk Santas and spilled eggnog magical). Also includes “Last Author Hero” — a special interview with the author.
“Someone should invent a better fire alarm.” (Oneshot – Complete)
Jake’s daughter Ariel causes havoc in the yard (especially for Burke and Murry) with her powers.
The return of the Baby Day. But, this time, the ages are scattered! Will the day be saved by the baby SWAT Kats or *snicker* a young Mayor??!!
Nearly all the city’s population gets turned into kittens thanks to the Pastmaster. Only Jake and a middle-aged Felina can save the day, but there’s a problem – the Pastmaster is a baby too….
“TMNT/Smurfs/Snorks/etc” Crossover. The Pastmaster casts a wierd spell, and a bunch of cartoon characters with strangely similar voices get to meet up.
What happens when the TurboKat runs out of arms to use against Dark Kat.
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