The End of the SWAT Kats 4"We've lost contact with Lieutenant Feral," Sergeant Brady said gravely.
Standing nearby, Chance and Jake exchanged worried glances which Feral caught ouf of the corner of one eye. If nothing else, for all their bluster, those two, much like himself, actually did care about the lives and well-being of others.
Feral slumped against the wall with one hand. A gigantic object of unknown origin was heading towards Megakat City. His niece and two others, sent to investigate what the Geological Society had thought was simply a volcano on the verge of eruption, had disappeared. Feral squeezed his eyes shut as he entertained the possibility that Felina might be dead.
It wasn't the first time. Feral had always assumed that as reckless as Felina was, he'd become desensitized to the constant dangers that often resulted in her apparent demise. It certainly would've fit with the sort of image the hulking Commander like to project.
But when it was your brother's only daughter... you never got desensi
The End of the SWAT Kats 2In the Fear Ship's control room, Marlow boredly watched the power gauge slowly rise. In another couple of hours it would be fully charged and the Fear Ship would be ready to lead Dark Kat's conquest of Megakat City. Until then, though, Marlow was bored silly watching a control panel. He shooed away some of the Creeplings that were crawling all over everything.The End of the SWAT Kats 25 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Hearing footsteps he turned as Zeckis ran up looking excited.
"Marlow!" he cried. "Turn on the main screen! Channel fourteen!"
"Why?" grumbled Marlow.
"Just do it!" said Zeckis.
"Don't order me around!" snarled Marlow, but turned on the main viewscreen.
That reporter she-kat with the weirdo hairdo appeared, standing outside of Enforcer Headquarters. Whatever was happening it was big. A parade of some sort? There were Enforcer officers keeping back crowds of cats in various states of emotion. Some excited, some angry. Some were crying. Mostly she-kats but a few men as well.
"This is Ann Gora, Kat's Eye News, with a late-breaking s
The End of the SWAT Kats 3In the aftermath of the Creepling infiltration of Enforcer Headquarters, security was doubled throughout the entire building to root out any more possible infiltrators. Nothing had been found but still the security detail was kept tight. Jablonsky would live. So would Lyman, and despite himself, Chance was glad. He wished a lot of things upon Lyman but death wasn't one of them.The End of the SWAT Kats 35 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
An examination of the gear and weapons used by the three highly unusual Creeplings had yielded quite a bit of information. Despite some initial grousing from Commander Feral and District Attorney Mills, Callie, after placing a call to Mayor Manx, had ensured a temporary offputting of the impending trial so that Chance and Jake - Jake, mostly - could help examine the Creeplings' equipment.
Her argument was simple. Jake Clawson was a certified mechanical genius. His original aptitude test for Enforcer enrollment some years prior had been a testament to this. In fact, the only reason he hadn't gone on to become one
The End of the SWAT Kats 7At the top of the elevator shaft, T-Bone used his Glovatrix's built-in acetylene torch to cut through the closed doors, and then, assisted by Razor, the two of them managed to pry open the doors, grunting and straining. However the doors wouldn't stay opened. Grumbling, T-Bone lay somewhat on his side, using his own body to prop them open, right shoulder against one door and left foot to the other.The End of the SWAT Kats 74 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Okay, buddy, climb on up," he said, offering Razor a hand.
Razor clambered over his partner as quickly and as gently as he could, and then turned to assist T-Bone since there was no longer any need for the bigger vigilante to keep holding the door open. As he did so, though, they noticed the loosely dangling elevator cable starting to wiggle, and, looking down, saw three Stalkers beginning to climb up. Far below, they could see lava starting to seep through the door of the level they'd originally come from, pouring down to the bottom of the shaft and covering and melting the crumpled elevat
The End of the SWAT Kats 5The two dropped down into a darkened hallway of some sort with a grilled floor and metallic walls. T-Bone landed first on both feet with a dull thud and Razor behind him with a softer sound. The duo poised for a moment to take in their surroundings before advancing slowly, T-Bone in the lead, their Glovatrixes raised. Ahead, they could see faint light. Around the corner to the right was more darkness, but to the left they could see the source of the illumination was coming from an adjacent room where the lights were actually on. The door was slightly ajar.The End of the SWAT Kats 54 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"I don't like this," whispered Razor.
"What's to like?" said T-Bone as the two headed towards the door.
Opening it, he found a brightly-lit stairwell with numbers on the walls apparently indicating what floor they were on. The twenty-seventh. The stairs led down. There was a ladder to one side leading to a hatchway, but that seemingly just went back to the roof, where they'd just come from. Nowhere to go but down. Turning and nodding
The End of the SWAT Kats 1The gigantic cloud, perhaps a mile in width, was hovering low over Mt. Anakata as the three helicopters dispatched from the mainland flew towards it. The lead helicopter was a Megakat Geological Society chopper equipped with high-tech sensor equipment, and it was flanked by twin Enforcer choppers.The End of the SWAT Kats 15 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Much to Mayor Manx's consternation, the island had been cleared of civilians and park employees on the orders of Commander Feral for safety reasons. Megakat City's finest geologist, Dr. Anna Ignimbrite, wasn't sure if the cloud meant Mt. Anakata was going to erupt, but she was determined to find out.
"This cloud is very strange," Ignimbrite into her headseat mic. "It doesn't even look volcanic."
"It's trouble if you ask me!" opined one of the Enforcer pilots over the radio.
"Well, we won't know until we have a closer look, let's go in and do a flyover," Ignimbrite said. To her pilot, she said, "Stay high above the crater. The thermal imaging scope should do the rest."
"Right," said the pilot.
The End of the SWAT Kats 6Racing back through the antechamber, Razor was beginning to regret having charged in to confront Dark Kat directly. In his eagerness he had, once again, underestimated their most dangerous enemy. Well, one of them. In hindsight, he half-jokingly thought that retirement from being a SWAT Kat wouldn't be such a bad thing. It would certainly mean having to deal with considerably less monsters and villains. On the downside, it meant jail time. But it wasn't like they had a choice. Besides, he reasoned, now wasn't the time for decision-making. Now was the time for action.The End of the SWAT Kats 64 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Action they were getting. In fact, they got it as soon as they reentered the antechamber. Those two huge statues suddenly came alive. Their stone heads tilted up, eyes aglow with purple fire. Razor noticed out of the corner of his eye and was able to alert T-Bone before lasers fired at them. The two nimble vigilantes dodged as the lasers struck the floor, creating a huge hole. T-Bone rolled to one side, righted himself, an
SWAT Kats Holiday SpecialSWAT KATSSWAT Kats Holiday Special4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Over Megakat city/Day/Snowing
It's snowing over Megakat city. Little kids play outside in the parks. They are making snowmen and throwing snow balls at each other. The citizens are going through lots of shops and they are buying lots of presents and other gifts. The streets of the city are covered in snow. The cleaning units are cleaning them form the snow making it easier for the citizens to drive around the city. Holiday decorations are being installed into the city. In the center the Christmas tree is glowing in different lights. A big ice track is also in the city center. Lot's of the citizens go there to skate and drink hot chocolate. Lot's of kids skate on the little ice track that is next to the big one. Christmas melodies echoes through out the city. All the citizens of Megakat city are in holiday mood.
In the mountains/Day/Snowing
The mountain is covered in snow. Lot's of the citizens are there and they are sliding down the ski tracks. Also there are
Megakat Beat: MADNESS Ch. 1It was another cloudless, bright, summer morning in Megakat city, 8:56 to be exact. When the booming, ruff voice of the head of the enforcers, Commander Feral, was carried throughout the roof tops of the Enforcers Headquarters, "JACKTAIL! Get out of my office! NOW!"Megakat Beat: MADNESS Ch. 14 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Suddenly, the doors to the commander's workplace busted open and out stubbed a dark gray kat. He had really short jet black hair on the top of his head, with black goatee on his chin. He had unusual big kat ears, dark eyes, and wore small, square glasses that always fell down his black nose. He was a rather slim and tall. But, the strangest part of this tom-kat's appearance was nothing to do with his face, but subsequently was missing his left arm. The sleeve of his jacket's left side hung loosely for there was no limb.
"Aw, come on, Feral! No reason for you to get bent out of shape, just because you're in a bad mood!" The gray tom teased, finding it entertaining to push the commanding officer's buttons.