With them gone Megakat City will be ours for the taking! And there’ll be more than enough to go around. Yes, just think of it Viper! An invincible alliance of evil! - Dark Kat
Dark Kat, Dr. Viper and the Metallikats join forces to form an Alliance of Evil with one purpose: destroy the SWAT Kats.
SWAT Kats concludes its first season with the supervillain teamup many fans had been waiting for, as Dark Kat, Dr. Viper and The Metallikats form “an invincible alliance of evil” with only one goal: “Destroy the SWAT Kats!”
Can the SWAT Kats (and Manx, Briggs and Feral) take on four villains at once? And how long can these greedy, selfish evildoers cooperate before they start stabbing each other in the back? This episode has a lot to recommend it besides the Teamup, the pacing is just right, Mook’s animation is great, Feral gives one of his best performances, and the end of the second act is a powerful emotional moment.
Only some inconsistent writing in the third act (Dark Kat gives three contradictory orders within two minutes, and gives away his desire to betray his partners with two “slips of the tongue” to boot) keeps this from getting an A+. A.
Animato summary written by Mark Lungo
Maybe Megakat City is actually something like whatever Paradigm City was in The Big O. Statistics: Posted by Rusakov — Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:38 am…
The stranger started laughing dismissively. With fear in his eyes, Matthew slowly came out from under his desk.
“Who... who are you? What do you want?” Matthew asked very frightened.
“So, you don't even remember me. Just as I thought. No matter. It might be even funnier that way. Does the name Hard Drive mean anything to you?”
Matthew gulped. “You mean... that you are...?”
“Yes,” Hard Drive answered proudly. “I am Hard Drive and for your information: I've just stole Sally from you and swiped your servers clean. Now it's all in here.” He pointed with his finger at his coat. “And there is nothing you can do about it.”
“B.. b.. but why? This is code for a... for a game. How could this be of any interest to someone like you?”
“It has, no doubt. You see, this game code of yours is capable of much more than you can obviously imagine. But you will see soon enough. You know I could have stolen the code from outside, but I wanted you to see how it gets stolen and by whom. So now it's time to say 'Goodbye' to Sally."
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In 1993, Hanna-Barbera released SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, an animated action show taking place in the world of Megakat City. It was based on characters created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay. Despite early cancellation in its second season, the series remains popular with an active fanbase. In the United States it can occasionally be found in syndication on the Boomerang Cable Network.