The season one intro features a more traditional sounding score that segues into the SWAT Kats rock-and-roll guitar theme, with mostly re-purposed imagery from episodes, most notable the Megasaurus Rex rampage from The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice.
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.
The official show pitch and description for SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron. It was recently revealed that Lance Falk wrote the content for this package. The text of the packet has been transcribed below for easier reading. A full gallery is available on the second page.
Rex Shard was a convict serving a nine-life sentence at Megakat Maximum Security Prison who was chosen by Warden Cyrus Meece to operate Dr. Lieter Greenbox’s experimental Gemkat 6000 mining device in its trial run. In return, Meece would shave some time off of Shard’s prison sentence. Amazed at how quickly the Gemkat 6000 worked, he attempted t…More