Updated November 16th, 2018 6:37 pm by MoDaD
MoreThe SWAT Kats, low on resources, are unexpectedly taken back in time to the Dark Ages where they must aid Queen Callista in her fight against the Pastmaster.
Updated November 16th, 2018 6:35 pm by MoDaD
MoreMac and Molly Mange are brought back from the dead as robotic gangsters. The bloodthirsty bionic duo seek their revenge against their enemies, including Mayor Manx, who they think denied their parole.
Updated November 16th, 2018 6:34 pm by MoDaD
MoreDark Kat, the SWAT Kats’ arch-nemesis, has returned. The SWAT Kats must face their own past to stop him from destroying Megakat City with a nuclear bomb.
Updated November 16th, 2018 6:33 pm by MoDaD
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 November 14th, 2018 1:02 pm by MoDaD
MoreMedical facility for the insane and katatonic, Lenny Ringtail was sent here after he went insane due to losing out the late night show host spot at MBC to David Litterbin.
Updated November 14th, 2018 1:00 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreEnforcer control room technicians responsible for maintaining constant contact between Enforcer Headquarters and their units in the field. While searching for the Metallikats during their first appearance, T-Bone tuned in to an Enforcer band and listened to a dispatcher alerting all units to an out of control armored vehicle, which turned out to be…
Updated November 14th, 2018 12:54 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreA handheld remote detonator Dark Kat kept on his person, which he used to destroy his Megakat Island lair after being defeated by the SWAT Kats. Although it had an emergency abort button on it, Dark Kat didn’t use it.
Updated November 14th, 2018 12:52 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreA remote control used by Dark Kat to control the Metallikats’ neural scramblers. It had four settings, denoted by color: yellow, light orange, dark orange and red. Presumably, red meant the highest concentration of pain. It also had two numbered buttons, indicating that Dark Kat was capable of choosing to use the controller for both neural scramblers or only one of them.
Updated November 14th, 2018 5:24 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA glass cage used to hold the captive Mayor Manx and Callie Briggs inside Dark Kat’s tuna factory hideout on Megakat Island. It could be raised and lowered at the push of a button. It was eventually used by the SWAT Kats and Feral to trap Dr. Viper’s mushroom monster, shooting it down from the ceiling while it was in its raised position…
Updated November 14th, 2018 5:13 am by Kooshmeister
MoreLaboratory in MASA where Dr. Harley Street worked. It was where, while examining the recovered Kat Sat 1, that Street was bitten and converted by the Ci-Kat-A queen.
Updated November 8th, 2018 4:53 am by Kooshmeister
MoreAn evil sorcerer who was trapped for 800 years, now released he seeks control over Megakat City in order to turn it back to the Dark Ages.
Updated November 8th, 2018 4:42 am by Kooshmeister
MoreFormer gangsters who were the head of a large mob syndicate, Mac and Molly Mange were arrested, tried and sent to Alkatraz prison. Later, they managed to escape by rowboat but didn’t make it to shore as they were overtaken by a large ship. They died and their bodies were washed to shore where Professor Hackle found them. To save them, Hackle perf…
Updated November 8th, 2018 4:39 am by Kooshmeister
MoreSent to Alkatraz along with his wife for his role in the criminal underworld Mac and Molly Mange managed to escape from the island prison only to drown in the process. Their bodies washed up on the on the shore of Professor Hackle’s private residence, who transferred their brainwaves onto a hard disk and implanted them into artificial metallic bo…
Updated November 8th, 2018 4:38 am by Kooshmeister
MoreSentenced to Alkatraz along with her husband, the two escaped only to drown shortly thereafter. Thanks to the innovative Professor Hackle the Manges were ‘saved’ as their brain waves were transferred onto a hard disk and inserted into metallic robot bodies. Using their new abilities the two cleaned up the competition and established themselves …
Updated November 6th, 2018 4:22 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreSergeant Talon was an able-bodied and loyal Enforcer officer. He is usually seen at Commander Feral’s side. Talon is completely loyal to Feral and always follows his orders without question. A kat of few words, the stern Sergeant normally says nothing more than, “Yes sir!” in response to Feral’s commands.
Updated November 6th, 2018 4:19 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreEnforcer Sergeants are officers serving in the Enforcers. They perform a variety of duties including patrol, arresting suspects, guarding the holding cells, and overseeing important Enforcer facilities such as the Megakat City Defense Center. Notable sergeants include Commander Feral’s trusted aide Sergeant Talon and evidence room clerk Sergeant Smitty.
Updated November 6th, 2018 4:18 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreEnforcers who are trained to fly either rotary-wing aircraft (choppers) or fixed-wing aircraft. Chance and Jake used to be Enforcer pilots.
Updated November 6th, 2018 4:09 pm 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 November 6th, 2018 4:06 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreThis Puma-Dyne guard was on duty in the alternate universe, manning the desk outside of the facility’s top secret research area’s laser hallway. He was asleep when both sets of SWAT Kats broke in. The good SWAT Kats were content to sneak past him, while the evil ones waited until he woke up so they could punch him in the face. This prov…
Updated November 6th, 2018 4:03 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreArmed security guards at Puma-Dyne in the alternate dimension. They wore full body armor similar to that worn by Enforcer commandos but with a different color scheme and the Puma-Dyne logo (a stylized “PD”) on their outfits in place of the Enforcer “M” logo. When the SWAT Kats, having been catapulted accidentally into the alternate dimensio…
Updated November 6th, 2018 3:48 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreThe building at Puma-Dyne where the Macro-Bots were stored following Professor Hackle’s departure from the company. It was also seen in the alternate universe where the SWAT Kats were evil, although it’s unknown what it contained.
Updated November 6th, 2018 3:46 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreThe main research building at Puma-Dyne. It was seen in both universes at the facility. Both the good and evil SWAT Kats broke into this building in order to steal the Mega-Detonator.
Updated November 5th, 2018 2:31 am by Kooshmeister
MoreLocated in Hackle’s private estate it serves as his haven of creation, filled with numerous tools and computer systems. It was also the “birthplace” of the Metallikats. It is located outside of Megakat City and overlooks a beach that is assumed to be somewhere on a less populated end of Megakat Bay.
Updated October 28th, 2018 2:31 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreA reporter who covered Kat’s Eye News’ story about the SWAT Kats alongside Ann Gora.
Updated October 28th, 2018 2:28 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreMajor newspaper in Megakat City that featured a cover story about the Metallikats and their vendetta to kill Mayor Manx. It later published a cover story about Commander Feral’s decree to arrest the SWAT Kats on sight, as well as the destruction of an abandoned warehouse, seemingly by the SWAT Kats’ missiles, which appeared to injure an elderly couple out for a walk.