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Bill Hiers

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Of Brains and Buffoons

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 2 Chapters
  • 5,307 Words

A tale of a big bloodsucking monster.

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Happy Birthday Dark Kat

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 1 Chapter
  • 2,196 Words

(Unfinished) The team of SWAT KAT villains plan a birthday party for their favorite megalomaniac.

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Return of the Giant Bacteria

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 2 Chapters
  • 14,094 Words

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.)

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The End of the SWAT Kats?!

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 19 Chapters
  • 50,376 Words

Chapters 17 – 19 up! While the SWAT Kats are out battling Hard Drive, Burke and Murray make an interesting discovery… (Work In-Progress)

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Whatever Happened to Dr. Zyme?

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 3 Chapters
  • 12,478 Words

Oft-overlooked Megakat Biochemical Labs researcher Dr. Zyme was thought to have been killed by one of Dr. Viper’s giant bacteria monsters, but fate had other ideas for him. (Work In-Progress)

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The Farmer

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 1 Chapter
  • 2,348 Words

Tom is a skeptical farmer who lives near Megakat Swamp and doesn’t believe in the legendary Dr. Viper. But, one morning, he finds out the hard way that some legends are real. (Oneshot – Complete)

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The Radical Beginning

By Bill Hiers | Added November 15, 2016

  • 3 Chapters
  • 11,557 Words

Chapters 2 and 3 up! The Megakat City Enforcers have recently been created to deal with increasingly more dangerous crime. Junior Enforcer officers Chance and Jake are eager to bust heads and put bad guys behind bars… so why is it that Commander Ashland won’t let them? (Work In-Progress)

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