When Dr. Abi Sinian finds a cave of stone gargoyles, she discovers more than she could have ever fathomed.
When Dr. Abi Sinian finds a cave of stone gargoyles, she discovers more than she could have ever fathomed. But when an evil sorcerer named Selena shows up, it isn’t long before the SWAT Kats show up to help . . . and get involved in a millenium-old war between the Pastmaster’s council and a pack of gargoyles.
An evil sorcerer named Abadon is after the sword of Ecaudor, which he can only possess by killing off the possessor. But with Ramis gone and Maric unsuccessful, that leaves . . . Jake? Meanwhile, Abi learns something Thoran has hidden from her about himself, and her own destiny.
“The X-Files” crossover. Agents Mulder and Scully come to Megakat City to investigate a series of murders, but an accidental encounter leads them to suspect Jake. While he tried to clear himself, Abi has a set of disturbing visions and Thoran suspects the murderer is a councilman.
What happens when even a SWAT Kat feels he has done too much? An incident with Dark Kat leaves Razor mentally shaken, and some enforcer rookie’s discovery doesn’t help the situation. And now Thoran’s babbling about Ecuador and Scotland . . .
When kidnapped by a disgruntled scientist bent on using his technological brains to his own advantage, Jake is reunited under tense conditions with his long-lost father.
A “Highlander : The Series” spoof. When Jake is murdered in a hostage situation, he awakes to discover he is . . . immortal? Meanwhile, Chance has some secrets of his own…
A quickie. The SWAT Kats make a major discovery about their old enemy…
Based off of the events of a SK RPG. Mike McKatson is off on a desperate search to seek help for Jonathan Weissman, who has been drugged with a deadly serum and, without help, who’s mental deterioration is becoming uncontrollable.
A tale of how a young, homeless dawg (there’s a purpose to that spelling) gets himself mixed up in goverment conspiracies, aliens, and a highly addictive syrum that does some wierd things to him.
Years after ending his superhero “career,” Jonathan Weissman isn’t doing that well — mentally. But a government project forces him to face his fears of the past and present.
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