MoreOver 70gb of content including audio, video and photos was collected over the course of two days for SWAT Kats Revolution. It will take some time to sort this out and do adequate audio-video syncing, so your patience is appreciated. Several live tweets with photos were made throughout the course of the event as well at the official swatkats.info T…
MoreArranged by SWATKATS.info, this reunion features original series musicians Randall Crissman and John Zuker playing the Season One and Season Two intros as they provide the interesting backstory for the seasonal change and give their reactions to some notable SWAT Kats fan music renditions.
MoreMade by SWAT Kats fan Nikhil Bhoyrekar, these detailed 3D models bring the iconic SWAT Kats vehicles to life, including the Turbokat and a work-in-progress Cyclotron. Make sure to follow him on Twitter to see his latest work! Twitter: @bhoyrekar
MoreXanatos4 spent six months working on this incredibly detailed model of the Turbokat. In his own words he put his soul into it, and the effort shows. Everything from the rivets, the grunge wear and tear, the fabric fibers on the upholstery of the Ejektor seats to the weapons and flight control panels are all incredibly detailed.
MoreA limited release item by Tremblay Bros. Studios in 2015 as a Kickstarter pledge item, the art book features a number of behind-the-scenes items from before and during SWAT Kats production.
MoreProvided by Tremblay Bros. Studios and documented by SWATKATS.info in December 2017, these exclusive and several never-before-seen samples of official SWAT Kats background art are now available to view. The items displayed here have the production code of 9300, indicating they are non-specific, and could have been used in multiple episodes.
MoreRecovered during a SWATKATS.info exclusive visit to the Tremblay Bros. personal archives, these re-discovered hand-colored concept art pieces detail some very early designs for some of the shows villains.
MoreRediscovered by Christian Tremblay in July 2018 and provided to SWATKATS.info, this hand-written (in pencil) set of pages is the earliest known document that details the Tremblay’s initial creative pitch and characters, world building and storytelling approach supplied to Hanna-Barbera and to the show’s story editor Glenn Leopold.
MoreA great retrospective vividly compiled and narrated by MegakatCity.com’s Betaruga explaining what fans can expect from the series continuation. Includes details about the SWAT Kats Revolution, Kickstarter info and a review of the classic series, accomanpied by Betaruga’s OP-ED on SWAT Kats, Getting Better With Age column below.
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, those there are several instances of outsourced of commissioned works (…
MoreThe official show pitch and description for SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron. It was recently revealed that Lance Falk wrote the content for this package. The text of the packet has been transcribed below for easier reading. A full gallery is available on the second page.
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…
MoreStoryboards are graphic timelines that use illustrations in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing an animation sequence. Most storyboarding processes use techniques developed originally by Walt Disney Productions in the 1930s. SWAT Kats storyboards are incredibly rare, and only a few have been shared over the decades. Make sure to also view t…
MoreMr. Goodkat’s in-depth overview of the Super Nintendo SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron game including detailed background information, informative commentary about aspects of the gameplay, videos, tips, codes and more.
MoreWhen talking about fan works, then fan art and fan fiction are probably the first terms that come into most people’s mind. But there are a lot of other possibilities for fans to express their affinity to the show, like fan comics, cosplay, anime music videos (AMV) and video reviews. Among those possibilities there is one in particular that can be missed quite easily which is fan music.