SWAT Kats

Razor’s self-confidence is shattered when he believes that he injured two elderly civilians during a battle. He becomes discouraged enough to quit the SWAT Kats, leaving T-Bone to face Dark Kat’s latest evil plot alone.

Animato Summary

Razor’s self-confidence is shattered when he believes that he injured two elderly civilians during a battle.

Will he become discouraged enough to quit the SWAT Kats, leaving T-Bone to face Dark Kat’s latest evil plot alone? Saraceni’s script emphasizes characterization (a sadly rare occurrence on SWAT Kats ), and acknowledges that the violence surrounding our heroes has to affect them sooner or later.

Speaking of violence, Saraceni also offsets the usual trash-the-city mayhem with a funny, cleverly staged hospital fight scene. His only misstep is the tiresome plot device of Dark Kat having a stupid henchman who accidentally gives his scheme away. A.

Animato summary written by Mark Lungo

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