MOOK DLE INC., which had animated 4 episodes of Season One, was chosen for the entirety of Season Two of SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, and is responsible for establishing the show’s more Anime-inspired look that features darker aesthetics and more crisp and fluid sequences. MOOK was also tasked with creating a new show opener, which also featured a new musical theme composed by guitarist John Zuker, and also saw the introduction of new character Lt. Felina Feral.
In total, 10 episodes of Season Two aired in Fall 1994 (two of them made up of half-sized “mini-episodes”), but was cancelled before 3 of the unproduced episodes could be sent to MOOK.
MoreDr. Viper uses Katalyst X-63 to flood Megakat City, turning it into a toxic swamp filled with dangerous, mutated creatures.
MoreThe Pastmaster allies with the Metallikats to create a dystopian future controlled by robots to entrap the SWAT Kats.
MoreSpace pirate Mutilor arrives with a superior strike force and a stolen spaceship that can collect an entire world’s water supply. With the Enforcers unable to stop him and the Turbokat out of commission, will the SWAT Kats be able to save their home world?
MoreRazor’s self-confidence is shattered when he believes that he injured two elderly civilians during a battle. He becomes discouraged enough to quit the SWAT Kats, leaving T-Bone to face Dark Kat’s latest evil plot alone.
MoreTurmoil attempts to ransom the skies of Megakat City with a powerful airship, a squadron of female fighter pilots and the disorienting “vertigo beam.” When T-Bone withstands these obstacles, Turmoil offers him a job as her flight commander, but first he must prove his loyalty by killing Razor.
MoreHard Drive uses a stolen “anti-weapons scrambler” to deactivate the Turbokat’s weapon systems.
MoreGiant Mummies controlled by the Pastmaster are unearthed them from “the lost pyramid of Katchu-Picchu” as part of his latest attempt to take over Megakat City.
MoreWhen the SWAT Kats, Felina Feral and Ann Gora search for some missing miners in the caverns beneath Megakat City, they soon find the cause of the disappearances: rock scorpions who have been mutated into gigantic, kat-eating monsters.
MoreMayor Manx and Mr. Young plan to build an industrial park on Anakata Island, the SWAT Kats equivalent to Hawaii. During construction, the ancient “fire demon” Volcanus is accidentally freed from his volcano prison.
MoreDr. N. Zyme and his partner Dr. Elrod Purvis co-develop Viper Mutagen 368. While attempting to steal the chemical, Purvis spills it on himself and seems to die, but the flawed formula causes him to revive as Dr. Viper.
MoreT-Bone and Razor enter a parallel dimension where evil counterparts of the SWAT Kats and Callie Briggs are conspiring with Dark Kat to blow up Enforcer headquarters.
MoreWhen the injured Metallikats use an experimental tool to repair themselves, the device is “contaminated with their criminal personalities.” It refers to itself as Zed and begins absorbing other machines, builds an ever-growing armored body around itself and seeks world domination.