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.
Madkat is the name of a long deceased medieval jester who was replaced by a rival and imprisoned in a dungeon by the king, queen and knight of his time.
While imprisoned, he vowed revenge. For unexplained reasons, Madkat’s spirit came to possess a Kat-in-the-Box which bore his likeness. Over the centuries, this Kat-in-the-Box came into the posses…More