The SWAT Kats are the protectors of Megakat City…During the day, but who is city’s new guardian of the night?
Razor and T-Bone have an argument, and they split up. Can their friendship reunite them again? Or is the Radical Squadron dissolved for good?
A night of destruction and chaos gives way to thought as one She-Kat might have the answer to the ultimate question…
A spoof of “Cartoon Planet.” The SWAT Kat villains get their own show.
When Jake invites his garage-rocking brother Crash to stay with him and Chance for a while, both get busy with serious problems. For Jake, it’s the Metallikats. For Crash, it’s a hard revelation.
One of the SWAT Kats is claimed to be dead in a jet crash. Dark Kat takes advantage of it and creates the most dreadful evil alliance ever witnessed by katkind. Rated M for violent content.
Follows “From the Darkest Hour of the Night”. There are once again two SWAT Kats… and, with them, hope. Now, the two must deal with their own inner turmoils as well as conflicting factions among the refugees and the schemes of Molly Mange.
Megakat City endures, and the SWAT Kats endure with it. But even as they and those closest to them begin to dream of a life beyond the mask, the chain of events set in motion by their actions rolls on. They will soon learn that transitions are never painless… especially for heroes. A sequel to “Foundation of Trust.” (2 Chapters – Work In-Progress)
During Katastrophe, Dr. Viper and the Metallikats form their own alliance.
Takes place during the time not too far from the episode Metal Urgency. This is if the Metallikats’ memories weren’t scrambled after they found out that Jake and Chance were the SWAT Kats. So, for revenge, they decide to use their information in a helpful way.
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