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Mechanics by day, the masked Swat Kats trio are a crack force defending Megakat City from criminal masterminds and monsters. Well-crafted, meticulously-animated children's science-fiction in faithful anime style, with well-rounded characters, ongoing storylines and rakes of humour. Written by
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This has got to be my favourite cartoon of all time. I had to watch reruns on power zone's midnight run recently, but it was worth staying up for the swat kats.
It has great music, cool characters, witty dialogue, lots of action and is just a really slick show overall. The artwork on was very good - right from razor and t-bone to the jet to the whole look of mega-kat city.
Mega Kat City was disaster prone, but swat kats managed to be cartoonish and suitable for kids without degenerating into the silliness or stupidity. It never failed to be funny and stylish.
I wish I could find it somewhere on DVD to buy.
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