Added June 24th, 2018 10:57 am
MoreA gold-handled cane often carried by Dark Kat. It is unknown if he actually needs it to walk, or simply carries it for style.
Added June 24th, 2018 10:54 am
MoreEnforcers who are trained to fly either rotary-wing aircraft (choppers) or fixed-wing aircraft. Chance and Jake used to be Enforcer pilots.
Added June 24th, 2018 10:46 am
MoreThe main base of operations for the Enforcers, located in the heart of Megakat City. This building is the command center of the Enforcers, housing its administrative and operational resources including laboratories, evidence lockers, holding cells, offices and vehicles. It’s most distinguishing features are its upper floors that have numerous hel…
Added June 24th, 2018 10:44 am
MoreThe signature minions of Dark Kat, Creeplings are pink, winged, gremlin-like creatures capable of flight that possess razor-sharp teeth and an ability to burrow underground. They possess reasonable intelligence, able to operate machines and weapons. They appear communicate with one another verbally using various unintelligible noises, though it’s…
Added June 24th, 2018 10:42 am
MoreLocated in City Hall, Callie Briggs’ office where she works almost daily for the citizens of Megakat City.
Added June 24th, 2018 10:40 am
MoreA six-wheeled amphibious vehicle used by the SWAT Kats to storm Dark Kat’s tuna factory hideout on Megakat Island after the destruction of the Turbokat.
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:11 am
MoreThe servant was one of the domestic staff at Moorkroft Manor. Like all of Katrina Moorkroft’s servants, he was capable of transforming into a monstrous gargoyle and would abduct male victims for his employer to drain. In his gargoyle form, he assisted Laszlo in abducting the construction foreman from Skycor Towers. Later, in his normal form, he w…
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:10 am
MoreCustom tailpipes added to Callie Briggs’ car at the insistence of Chance. They performed similarly to the turboplugs, giving the car enhanced performance, but were more successful. However, when Chance and Jake first tested them, one of the tailpipes shot off of the car because the added power was too much for the regular rivets holding the pipes…
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:09 am
MoreA ferocious three-headed beast which served the succubus Katrina Moorkroft. In what could be considered its “normal” form, it appeared as a harmless pet ferret which Katrina often wore as a fashion accessory. When Felina Feral and Callie Briggs went to the Megakat City Museum of History to speak with Dr. Abby Sinian concerning the gruesome deat…
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:08 am
MoreA communications device used to summon the SWAT Kats in times of danger. It was similar in appearance and function to Callie Briggs’ communicator, except with a blue button in lieu of a red one. Following the ordeal with the gargoyles at Skycor Towers, T-Bone gave one such beeper to Felina Feral. Although she initially refused it, she was urged t…
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:07 am
MoreA planned highrise apartment building which was under construction in Megakat City. Its slogan was “Luxury Living At An Affordable Price.” At the time of a gruesome string of murders which were hitting the city, Skycor was proceeding ahead of schedule, much to the satisfaction of the foreman. After the discovery of Geno Furness’ body, a vigil…
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:05 am
MoreAn announcer working for Megakat Public Radio, who announced the Moorkroft Philharmonic Hall’s performance of “The Fur Seasons.”
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:03 am
MoreThe Moorkroft Philharmonic Hall was a modernistic concert hall located in Megakat City. It was built using money provided by its namesake, Katrina Moorkroft. She and Commander Feral went there on a date, as did Callie Briggs and Razor, attending the inaugurable performance of the orchestra, who played “The Fur Seasons” by Purvaldi. During the p…
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:03 am
MoreKatrina Moorkroft’s personal limousine, chauffeured by Otto.
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:02 am
MoreMegakat Trucking was a trucking company in Megakat City. One of its employees was one of Katrina Moorkroft’s victims. His body was found in a vacant lot.
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:01 am
MoreA company located at the Megakat Docks. One of its employees, Geno Furness, became the sixth victim of the succubus Katrina Moorkroft.
Added June 22nd, 2018 4:00 am
MoreA river running through Megakat City, where Felina Feral and Sgt. Talon discovered the body of Geno Furness.
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:59 am
MoreA radio station in Megakat City. They broadcast the Moorkroft Philharmonc’s playing of “The Fur Seasons.”
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:58 am
MoreMegakat Power and Light was an electrical company that supplied power to Megakat City. One of its employees was a victim of the succubus Katrina Moorkroft. His mummified corpse was found in an alley.
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:57 am
MoreA swamp where Otto and Laszlo went to dump the corpse of Katrina Moorkroft’s seventh victim, the Skycor Towers foreman. It was located somewhere near Moorkroft Manor.
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:56 am
MoreThe Mega-Octopus Missile was a missile utilized by the SWAT Kats. A larger version of the ordinary Octopus Missile intended for use against monsters and other targets too big for the regular Octopus Missile, one was utilized against the tri-head monster at the museum, grabbing it and knocking it off of the roof. However the beast reverted back to i…
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:55 am
MoreGeno Furness was a dockworker employed by Megakat Shipyards. While walking to his car one night, he was attacked and carried away by a gargoyle-like beast. Later, Felina Feral and the Enforcer Sergeant found Geno’s drained, dessicated corpse in the Megakat River. He was the sixth citizen in Megakat City to die this way, having been taken to Moork…
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:54 am
MoreThe Enforcers’ crime scene technicians. They investigated Geno Furness’ car in the hope of finding clues as to his whereabouts after his disappearance.
Added June 22nd, 2018 3:54 am
More“The Fur Seasons” was an orchestral piece written by Purvaldi. It was performed at the opening night of the Moorkroft Philharmonic Hall. Jake Clawson, a classical music fan, described it as “radical,” whilst Chance Furlong considered it boring and preferred listening to the Enforcers’ radio chatter.