Dominick DeSantis is an avid SWAT Kats fan and has collected a large number of SWAT Kats paraphernalia over the years, ranging from show merchandise to rare one-of-a-kind production items. For More Information, you can contact the Dominick on Twitter: @AxiomVulpine. Owner does not wish to sell.
Used in analog projectors, these official Turner Broadcasting System slides contain full color Tremblay Bros. production art, likely used during pre-production .
Official Hanna-Barbera materials used in the show’s production, the most notable being a size-comparison guide of the main characters that is also signed by their corresponding voice actors.
The SWAT Kats Revolution Kickstarter had a number of items awarded to supporters depending on their pledge amounts. Featured here are the lanyard-badge, art book, sticker and lapel pin.
Fast food restaurant franchise Carl’s Jr. (Hardee’s) licensed SWAT Kats toys for its Cool Combos For Kids, featuring renditions of the Cyclotron, Ejektor Seats, and a poseable T-bone figure.
Fast food restaurant franchise White Castle licensed SWAT Kats toys as part of their kids menu, featuring White Castle “blasters” that fly into the air when squeezed, and full color stickers.
Given away as drawing and contest prizes for various SWATKATS.info events, these challenge coins have been given to SWAT Kats fans all over the world. Of note, Dominick was able to get several of these to the original SWAT Kats voice actor cast.
After over two decades, the Micro Games of America “SWAT Kats” is still in working order.
For More Information, you can contact the Dominick on Twitter: @AxiomVulpine. Owner does not wish to sell.