Author of the illustrated story War Games and a highly capable programmer and sound editor, Mr. Goodkat lent much of his time transferring and updating entry images along with creating the in-depth SNES review complete with newly captured footage, and even took the time to create an awesome SNES featurette here. He’s the newest Encyclopedia editor helping to usher the site into 2016.
Kooshmeister wrote:Stop me if I'm wrong, but that looks like a church in the background at the park:Obviously that's a cat-hedral. Statistics: Posted by Mikazo — Mon Jun 18, 2018…
He trusts he can lead us that far down the path.
But, I can't see it.
I can see only the deal. A chance to fly again. A chance to make Feral pay.
It's now or never.
Again, I look to my friend. "Jake?"
Dark Kat too levels his gaze on Jake. "You do want to get back at the Commander, don't you?"
He finally admits what's been brewing inside even him. "Yes," he says flatly. "I'm in."
I blink at my partner's abrupt change of heart... and his tone of voice.
But, I turn to Dark Kat anyway. I blind myself again. I want this. "Alright. You got yourself a deal."
"Then, a deal it is," Dark Kat returns, offering me a hand to shake.
More: “War Games” by Mr. Goodkat, “Mayor Royale” by Kutlass, “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, “3D Turbokat” by Xanatos4, “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, “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.