A recap of ‘A Bright and Shiny Future’, but from a different angle. Directly ties into the events of “Finality and Creeplings” and “Robots, Etc.”
In a not-too-distant future, Dr. Viper and the Metallikats hatch a scheme to travel back in time and end the SWAT Kats’ careers before they even begin. With Chance and Jake just two young kittens whose greatest concern is getting to see Santa Klauws, who will save them? (Oneshot – Complete)
(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.
After a visit to her sister’s place, a shocking report on the news makes Molly tell Mac they have a daughter named Becky… and now they have to rescue her.
This is the original version of the episode known as “Katastrophe.” (In my opinion, the version we saw was an improvement).
Supervillains plan to steal the plans for a new weapon – while the PastMaster has bigger things on his mind. The third (or so) installment in a series.
During the 1920’s, Megakat City is overrun by mob bosses and illegal alcohol. It’s up to undercover federal agents Jake, Chance, and two Ferals to keep things from getting out of paw when a mob war erupts between the Manges and Dark Kat.
The Metallikats frame the SWAT Kats, who barely escape the wrath of the enforcers.
(Unfinished) Jake and Chance need help at the garage, or the SWAT Kats will be grounded for quite some time. Meanwhile, an ex-Enforcer with a tragic past looks for a new job. Is this the answer to the guys’ problem?
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