Dr. Viper’s flooding the city by actually sinking it into the ground. Either the SWAT Kats have to stop him, or the enforcers have to evacuate in time . . . but both odds are tricky.
Hard Drive’s suit is apparently operating all-too-well when it zaps him and T-Bone physically into the Turbokat’s computer systems — only to leave the SWAT Kat there. And, that’s only the start of the Boys’ troubles.
The SWAT Kats have a new villain on their paws, who’s more clever and cunning than Dark Kat himself. And, he’s come to put the SWAT Kats through a high stakes test of skill… involving a nuclear power plant and a lot of bombs. First of the Seeker Trilogy. Co-authors Kristen Sharpe and Seeker.
It’s Christmas Eve, and Chance and Jake have been invited to spend it with the Clawson family. But, all is not calm. All is not bright. For one mad jester seeks his vengeance tonight.
The Seeker returns for round two, bringing with him an old enemy… and a wealth of memories T-Bone never meant to relive. While the SWAT Kats deal with the Seeker’s latest surprise, Felina and a team of fellow Enforcers battle to save a hostage Feral from Steele’s “rescue” attempts. Second of the Seeker Trilogy. Co-authors Kristen Sharpe and Seeker.
A routine night patrol abruptly becomes a deadly dogfight when the SWAT Kats encounter a mysterious and relentless pursuer.
The events of Technical Difficulties have left Hard Drive on edge. His fears are justified when Dark Kat makes it clear that he hasn’t forgotten his flunkie’s betrayal. And, the SWAT Kats find themselves playing bodyguards to the techno-crook.
A prologue to the remainder of the Technical Difficulties series. A thunderstorm provokes some pondering on Chance’s part.
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