List of SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron Episodes - Extra - Episodes That Were Never Produced

Episodes That Were Never Produced

These episodes were only in the very early concept stages at the time of the series' cancellation. They did not even enter the production or animation stage.

  • Cold War: According to Lance Falk, one of Hanna Barbera's writers, Rex Shard (who last appeared in Chaos in Crystal) was supposed to return, now as a weather-controlling mutant warrior looking to freeze Megakat City after diving into an experimental energy source. This episode was supposed to mark Rex Shard's comeback.
  • Blackout: According to Lance Falk, this unused premise would feature a power failure that is just the start of the problems in Megakat City, especially when a new villain called Blackout threatens to destroy the city. This was supposed to be the first appearance of a villain named "Blackout".
  • The Vampire She-Kat: According to Lance Falk, this episode's unused premise other than one of Dr. Viper's mutagens backfires and turns Lt. Feral into a "vampire she-kat." Despite Viper's intention, she rebels against everyone until the SWAT Kats and Dr. Konway gets her back to normal.

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