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Updated September 25th, 2020 5:04 pm by MoDaD
MoreDebuting in season 2, Lt. Felina Feral is Commander Feral’s niece. She is easily the most capable of the Enforcers, and one of the few who seems able to keep pace with the SWAT Kats. Unlike her uncle, she often fearlessly employs tactics that he views as reckless. Lt. Feral is an expert pilot, capable of flying both the Enforcer Chopper and Jet, and an above-average armed and unarmed combatant.
Updated September 24th, 2020 6:05 pm by MoDaD
MoreIt’s a deadly “close encounter” when T-Bone and Razor defend Megakat City from the awesome threat of Mutilor, the interstellar water pirate.
Updated September 4th, 2020 6:10 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreAh, SWAT Kats. Along with The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest and The Pirates of Dark Water, it represents the darker side of Hanna-Barbera during the 90s. For those of you not in the know, here’s a basic rundown of the show’s history: the idea for the show came from Christian and Yvon Tremblay, two brothers. Originally it was going to be a comi…
Updated September 4th, 2020 6:05 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreTwo grave robbers accidentally awaken the Pastmaster from an 800-year imprisonment. Now free, this evil sorcerer seeks to use the Tome of Time to take Megakat City back to the Dark Ages.
Updated September 1st, 2020 11:05 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreTar pit located alongside the Megakat City Museum. The nearly perfectly preserved corpse of a sabertoothed tiger was found in it and put on display in the museum. The Megasaurus Rex later stumbled into it and sank in up to its neck after being disoriented by the Enforcers’ gas grenades.
Updated September 1st, 2020 11:02 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreThe preserved corpse of a sabertoothed tiger found in the Megakat City Tar Pitys. It was an exhibit at the Megakat City Museum of History. When the Pastmaster came looking for the Tome of Time and was accosted by a security guard, he used his pocketwatch to bring the tiger to life as a zombie. The creature attacked the guard, who wound up buried un…
Updated August 30th, 2020 9:08 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreThe Megakat Forum was a sports stadium located in downtown Megakat City, not far from the Megakat Tower, featuring a large high-tech scoreboard.
Updated August 24th, 2020 5:28 am by Kooshmeister
MoreThese magnet-tipped, non-explosive missiles were used by the SWAT Kats to prevent a commercial airliner from crashing. They zoomed down and grabbed the jet’s wings. Razor remotely controlled them from the Turbokat, using them to right the jet’s course, after which the vigilantes grabbed the aircraft itself using the Turbokat’s mag…
Updated August 21st, 2020 7:15 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreA freakish accident empowers hardened criminal Rex Shard with an amazing array of dangerous abilities. Can the SWAT Kats stop this invulnerable colossus before he dooms all of Megakat City with his mineral “Midas touch?”
Updated August 14th, 2020 8:02 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreRex 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…
Updated August 9th, 2020 12:23 pm by Kooshmeister
MorePartner of Talon, Lem was a lanky guard with sunglasses who worked at Megakat Maximum Security Prison. Along with Talon, he was tasked with watching Rex Shard while the convict tested the Gemkat 6000. Lem was the first victim of Shard’s deadly crystal touch. Fortunately, he was returned to normal following Shard’s defeat by the SWAT Kats.
Updated July 31st, 2020 11:36 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA failed comedian and rival of David Litterbin’s. After suffering a mental and emotional meltdown, he was committed to the Megakat Asylum. He was tormented nightly by a guard who was a fan of Litterbin’s and watched his show right outside of Ringtail’s cell. One night, when the power went out, Ringtail managed to get out of his straitjacket. …
Updated July 11th, 2020 10:24 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA guard at Megakat Maximum Security Prison, serving under Warden Meece. He informed Warden Meece about the prison’s inability to reach Talon at the mine, and later fired down at the approach Shard from atop the prison wall. However, his laser gun was ineffective against him. He was most likely turned to crystal along with the wall, although i…
Updated July 11th, 2020 10:18 am by Kooshmeister
MoreZed is the name assumed by a robot created by Dr. Lieter Greenbox. Zed began life as Greenbox’s micro-brain repair unit. The Metallikats, badly damaged from a conflict with the SWAT Kats entered Greenbox’s lab and used the device to repair themselves. Somehow the machine became sentient and taking the name “Zed” it followed the Metallik…
Updated July 11th, 2020 10:06 am by Kooshmeister
MoreDevice created by Dr. Leiter Greenbox that possessed the ability to repair any broken piece of technology. Upon repairing the Metallikats the device gained an evil sentience and took on the name Zed and began its quest for world domination. The original device was kept in a “control unit” called the heart chamber in the center of Zed…
Updated July 11th, 2020 10:03 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA large computer center located at the top of Zed’s giant body. The centerpiece was a large metallic throne where Dr. Greenbox sat while wearing the interface helmet, linking his consciousness with that of Zed. It was not originally intended as the repository for the micro-brain repair unit, but Greenbox took the device from the heart chamber…
Updated July 11th, 2020 10:01 am by Kooshmeister
MoreThe heart chamber was the center of Zed, which Dr. Greenbox referred to as the “control unit.” It was where the original micro-brain repair unit was kept, until the insane Greenbox took it further up into the body into Zed’s head, turning that into the brain center.
Updated July 11th, 2020 9:51 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA storage facility on the Puma-Dyne lot where the Behemoth was being kept. Hard Drive stole the super tank, driving it through the side of the building.
Updated February 9th, 2020 2:30 pm by MoDaD
MoreAnimation cels are the physical media used to piece together scenes in a traditionally hand-drawn animated program before the days of computer animation. Several of these cels have been acquired by fans as souvenirs throughout the years, and those that have been shared can be viewed on this page.
Updated November 17th, 2019 2:26 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreInformal term for a male kat. Often used in an unflattering manner. Also used as a term of endearment.
Updated November 17th, 2019 2:26 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreInformal term for a female kat. Often used when referring to a female kat in anger or frustration, although possibly also used as a term of endearment.
Updated October 26th, 2019 12:32 pm by MoDaD
MoreIn celebration of SWAT Kats’ 25th Anniversary, Tremblay Bros. Studios loaned SWATKATS.info their collection of original artwork that was used to pitch the show and for reference in the series’ pre-produciton phase. Most of it was drawn by Christian Tremblay himself, though there are several instances of outsourced or commissioned works …
Updated September 29th, 2019 4:31 pm by MoDaD
MoreThe Pastmaster allies with the Metallikats to create a dystopian future controlled by robots to entrap the SWAT Kats.
Updated September 29th, 2019 4:25 pm by MoDaD
MoreHour 1 of the SWATKATS.info LIVE Stream event on April 15, 2018, featuring live commentary of the episode A Bright and Shiny Future from SWAT Kats Story Editor and Writer Glenn Leopold and SWAT Kats Writer and Design Coordinator Television’s Lance Falk, featuring live chat Q&A from fans.