The Wrath of Dark Kat
Well let your men come! By the time they arrive, Megakat City will be in ruins! Welcome aboard the Doomsday Express, Commander! Enjoy the ride! - Dark Kat
Dark Kat, the SWAT Kats’ arch-nemesis, has returned. The SWAT Kats must face their own past to stop him from destroying Megakat City with a nuclear bomb.
When Dark Kat steals the material for a homemade nuclear bomb to destroy Megakat City, neither the SWAT Kats nor the Enforcers can break through his defenses.
Commander Feral tries to sneak aboard Dark Kat’s ship (a plan even he admits is “desperate and stupid”) and quickly gets captured. The ambitious Lt. Steel (Hal Rayle), Feral’s yuppie scum aide-decamp, would rather advance his career than rescue his boss, so it’s up to the SWAT Kats to save both Feral and Megakat City.
A suspenseful, exciting episode, but what makes it special is a flashback sequence that shows as much of the SWAT Kats’ origin as we’re ever likely to see, which is why this should have been the first episode broadcast.
Appearances: Burke & Murray appear in the flashback.
Animato summary written by Mark Lungo
marklungo wrote:It's got to be Dark Koosh from the mirror universe! That's the only logical explanation! Mwahahaha! Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Tue Sep 19, 2017 4:32 am…
We are the 73% who live marginally tolerable lives compared to the rest of the world," The Commander pounded his steering wheel with gusto, "We deserve better!"
"I mainly just care about myself, sir."
"This city deserves a leader who cares about its katizens following the rules! A leader who is tough, but fair. A leader who has a keen sense of justice, and the toughness to carry it out. One who will set up a perimeter first and ask questions later. It needs someone who's unafraid to do the right thing… toughly!"
"Hey ya' moron!"
The blare of a car horn was followed by a flurry of expletives, all coming from the Boy Scout carpool directly behind them, "Move your dual-exhaust eco-killer out of the way! We're calling the Enforcers!"
"Do you hear that, Steele?"
"Yes, quite clearly, Commander."
"They're calling for us. This populace is unruly and belligerent, because it's at the breaking point. It needs *me* to whip it back into shape."
More: “War Games” by Mr. Goodkat, “They That Walk in Darkness” by Kristen Sharpe and Sage SK, “Mayday” by Sage SK, “Masks” by Ghost of the Dawn, “The End of the SWAT Kats!” by Kooshmeister, “Foundation of Trust” by EricoBard, “Double Crossed” by AkaneKitty
More: “My Responsibility” by Poecat, “Casual Callie” by Tazkat, “Demoted” by Felony, “I Would Do it For You” by Ty-Chou, “Felina” by Raphaella, “Commander Feral VS Metallikats” by Galgard, “Turbo-Kat” by ZacharyMadere, “Radical Squadron” by coreylandis, “Cry Turmoil Poster Colors” by Ty-Chou, “SWAT Kats Revamped” by RINPIN, “Swat Kats 08 15” by coreylandis, “SWAT Kats” by Purpleground02, “SWAT Kat's Moon” by Ty-Chou, “Swat Kats” by lCaiolSBl, “Turmoil 0” by Shraznar
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.