Professor Isaac Hackle’s private journal, detailing parts of the three years they spent in the swamps fighting the MetalliKats. Directly ties into the events of “Finality and Creeplings” and “Robots, Etc.”
A story that takes place in the dimension introduced to us in the episode “A Bright and Shiny Future,” only their SWAT Kats never died.
Chance and Jake get that deja vu feeling when they and their families end up in the Metallikat-ruled future again. Only this time, their older selves are still alive.
A Bright and Shiny Future begins. Directly ties into the events of “Finality and Creeplings” and “Robots, Etc.”
(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.
Set in a very bright future. A new generation comes forward… as an old evil returns.
(Unfinished) Time has passed in Mega Kat City, and Chance and Jake have enjoyed a peaceful life with their sons, but when Dark Kat comes back, the plan he has could cause mass destruction in Mega Kat City.
The year is 2040 and the heroes of old have passed on their dreams of peace to newer enforcers of cyberspace and reality. And some still leave their own private ghosts to swing the balance towards good once again…
A generation has passed since the SWAT Kats hung up their costumes, and not all is well. With the sudden reappearance of two old enemies, the aging heroes are forced out of retirement and into the superhero game once more, for what they both intend to be their final battle. However, things have changed, and so have our heroes as they fight not only their enemies, but divorces, injuries, and old age.
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