Half of SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron was written by Story Editor Glenn Leopold at 13 episodes (3 additional unproduced), with Series Design Coordinator Television’s Lance Falk writing the second most at 6.
Storyboards 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.
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Rex Shard was a convict serving a nine-life sentence at Megakat Maximum Security Prison who was chosen by Warden Cyrus Meece to operate Dr. Lieter Greenbox’s experimental Gemkat 6000 mining device in its trial run. In return, Meece would shave some time off of Shard’s prison sentence. Amazed at how quickly the Gemkat 6000 worked, he attempted t…More