A “Doctor Who” Crossover, chapters 1-30. Dr. Who (the seventh doctor)and Ace are in search of the planet of the cheetah people when they are distracted by the Daleks, who have set their sights on Megakat City. Also e-mail the author for a special zipped file containing chapters 1-30, along with a collection of wav and image files from both shows.
A SWAT Kats/Loonatics Unleashed crossover. A freak wormhole crash lands the Loonatics on the SWAT Kats’ planet. And, when one of the SWAT Kats’ old enemies escapes Alkatraz, they find that the SWAT Kats’ reality is decidedly more deadly than their own. (Oneshot – Complete)
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 . . .
It’s a Samurai Pizza Cats crossover!
A “Scream” spoof. A stalker is phone-pranking the residents of Megakat City.
The SWAT Kats team up with Scooby-Doo and the gang over a mystery involving an all-too common problem: counterfeit money. (Complete – 8 Chapters)
To save katkind and Skylar and Jade, the Swat Kats are once again turned into Pokémon with Kari and David as their trainers. They have to find each other, collect different Pokémon, and defy the odds of beating a super-powerful Pokémon and his powerful clones.
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.
A “Sonic: The Hedgehog” crossover. Sonic and his friends get thrown into the SWAT Kat universe, and they team up with the kats to defeat some old foes.
(Unfinished) A response to the “The Powerpuff Girls Crossover Challenge.” Him casts a spell to destroy the Powerpuff Girls but brings the SWAT Kats to Townsville instead (the mistake Him made will be explained later in the story). How can two kats survive in a city with kindergardeners as its superheroes?
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