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Added November 2nd, 2020 1:09 pm
MoreAppearing on eBay in mid-2020 from seller toonmag56, this 250-page perfect bound book, titled “Hanna-Barbera presents ‘The Art of SWAT Kats: Character Designs'” contains a collection of show production materials, some never-before-seen. SWATKATS.info sent one of these to Tremblay Bros. Studios, and according to Christian Tremblay,…
Added August 30th, 2020 9:05 pm
MoreThe Megakat Forum was a sports stadium located in downtown Megakat City, not far from the Megakat Tower, featuring a large high-tech scoreboard.
Added July 11th, 2020 9:58 am
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.
Added November 17th, 2019 2:20 pm
MoreInformal term for a male kat. Often used in an unflattering manner. Also used as a term of endearment.
Added November 17th, 2019 2:19 pm
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.
Added September 29th, 2019 4:20 pm
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.
Added July 19th, 2019 7:51 am
MoreA law firm who was to be one of the Megakat Tower’s first tenants. Razor and Callie Briggs briefly sought refuge in the firm’s mostly unfurnished office while being pursued by Dr. Viper’s Plantimals.
Added July 19th, 2019 7:43 am
MoreA construction project instituted by Mayor Manx’s construction company, Fat Kat, in the future in partnership with Professor Hackle’s robotics company. Robotic workers were used in the civic center’s construction and the site was personally overseen by both Manx and Hackle. It is unknown if the civic center was completed before th…
Added July 19th, 2019 7:39 am
MoreA construction company presumably owned by Mayor Manx. In the future, Fat Kat Construction partnered with Professor Hackle to use his robotic workers to build the Manx Civic Center before the robot rebellion.
Added March 1st, 2019 12:39 pm
MoreNikhil Bhoyrekar, a SWAT Kats fan from India who loves the show, made these detailed, fully rigged and ready for action and animation 3D models of SWAT Kats vehicles and characters. He added every feature and weapons for each vehicle as shown in existing episodes. Follow him on Twitter : Check out Nikhil Bhoyrekar (@bhoyrekar): https://twitter.com…
Added November 14th, 2018 7:34 pm
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 …
Added November 14th, 2018 12:54 pm
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.
Added November 14th, 2018 12:52 pm
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.
Added November 14th, 2018 5:22 am
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…
Added November 14th, 2018 5:13 am
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.
Added November 6th, 2018 4:03 pm
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…
Added November 6th, 2018 3:43 pm
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.
Added November 5th, 2018 12:31 am
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.
Added October 28th, 2018 2:31 pm
MoreA reporter who covered Kat’s Eye News’ story about the SWAT Kats alongside Ann Gora.
Added September 25th, 2018 4:15 pm
MoreProvided by the Tremblay Bros., this is a near-finalized draft of the Series Concept (elsewhere referred to as a “show bible”), written by Night of the Dark Kat writer David Ehrman, and was used by other writers and staff as the guidelines for the show during pre-production. Some characters and plot details did not carry over into the f…
Added September 25th, 2018 12:59 pm
MoreSupplied by the Tremblay Bros., this is an original SWAT Kats Press release that was distributed prior to the show’s premiere, and features a number of details not present in the final version.
Added September 9th, 2018 10:02 pm
MoreThis Megalith City blacksmith and his apprentices were volunteered by Queen Callista to help repair the damaged Turbokat. However, as he approached the jet with his forge hammer, he was stopped by T-Bone, who told him that nobody would go “hammering” on the Turbokat without his and Razor’s supervision. Ultimately, it appears as th…
Added September 6th, 2018 7:05 pm
MoreThis Kat’s Eye News reporter was one of several news crews who arrived at the Megakat Refinery following the SWAT Kats’ defeat of Morbulus. He was noticeably shorter than all of his other colleagues, and had orange hair. He interviewed Commander Feral on the 5:00 news and was told that Morbulus had escaped and that it was the SWAT Kats&…
Added September 6th, 2018 7:00 pm
MoreThis Kat’s Eye News reporter was one of several news crews who arrived at the Megakat Refinery following the SWAT Kats’ defeat of Morbulus. While his colleague Ann Gora questioned Mayor Manx about whether the “refinery reign of terror” had ended, the black-haired reporter asked Commander Feral whether or not the Enforcers ha…
Added September 6th, 2018 6:51 pm
MoreThis kat was a citizen of Megakat City. Wearing a pearl necklace, she was first seen running for her life from the rampaging Metallikat Express as Mac and Molly Mange drove towards City Hall, intent on killing Mayor Manx. Later, she attended the Manx Invitational Golf Tournament at Megakat Springs. When Rex Shard attacked the golf course, she was t…