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Mechanics by day, the masked Swat Kats duo are a crack force defending Megakat City from criminal masterminds and monsters. Well-crafted, meticulously-animated children's science-fiction in faithful comic book style, with well-rounded characters, ongoing story lines and dashes of humor. Written by
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SWAT Kats crew (the crew of this show) did request on finishing 3 unfinished episodes after they finished working on Second Season of Jonny Quest Real Adventures in 1996/1997. But the executives denied their request. See more »
One of the greatest cartoons to grace the TV screen.
The series itself has great action, evolved characters, quite original plot and great overall quality. It was so great that a cult built up and written stories emerged.
So what if planes with cats and buildings with cats and machines with cats crash or blow up or burn down or anything like that. Too bad this lasted only too seasons, but those were great, I recommend it to any Sci-Fi lover, cartoon lover and action lover.
To tell you what? it's even funny sometimes. Go see it, wait a second, they cancelled the show for too much violence, you will have to register with Cartoon Network. And with all the other 'Non-interesting' shows they put up on that network, Swat Kats is one great reason to buy a connection.
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