The Wrath of Dark Kat Reviewed
It just seems to me that after dinosaurs, wizards, and giant rampaging germs, the nuclear plant heist and subsequent bomb scare in this episode seems kinda dull.
Unlike the previous two episodes, “Giant Bacteria” in particular, I don’t really care for this one due to the fact that besides introducing the SWAT Kats’ main adversary/arch-enemy and delving (kinda-sorta) into their pasts, not much seems to happen and the whole thing seems like a big waste of time.
I dunno. It just seems to me that after dinosaurs, wizards, and giant rampaging germs, the nuclear plant heist and subsequent bomb scare in this episode seems kinda dull.
Don’t get me wrong, Dark Kat is a pretty decent villain, arguably my favorite out of the recurring “rogues’ gallery” types on this show, but his evil plot on this outing leaves a lot to be desired.
Anyway, as noted in my previous review(s), while this was the second episode aired in the series, it was the fifth produced. And whether or not I like “The Wrath of Dark Kat” I’m gonna get it recapped!
Jiesi wrote:So as I was watching this again this just cought my eye and I had to wonder what was going threw T-Bones head. Just eh its just the sky giving birth to a dinosaur, the …
Burke knelt down and pulled back a ratty-looking rug, revealing what appeared to be a kathole cover or a hatch of some kind. Murray blinked.
"It looks like a hatch."
"I know," Burke replied. "What I don't know is what it's doin' in the middle of the floor here in their pad."
Murray scratched his head under his cap, thinking. He suddenly snapped his fingers. "I know what it is!"
"What?" asked Burke.
"This place used to be a base or something like that back in Mega War II, and it had a big underground bunker and stuff like that," his brother said. Burke's eyebrows furrowed under his cap. "I used to ta' have the skematics of the place from the city hall of records, but I lost 'em."
"So you're sayin' there's a whole underground complex under our feet that nobody's been down to in over fifty years?" There was wonderment in Burke's voice.
"Yup," said Murray. "And I'll bet ya two cans of tuna that that's where those jerks Clawson and Furlong are hidin'!"
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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.