Great News, Kats Fans!

By Felony on Monday, July 27th, 2015
Filed Under: Blog | 2 comments

In case you haven’t heard by now, Yvon Tremblay and Christian Tremblay, creators of the SWAT Kats, have begun a crowdfunding project on Kickstarter to help with them in their pitch to continue the series! There are many great incentives for various pledge amounts but even if you can spare $5 that will help get them closer to their end goal! They’ve already surpassed $50,000 in just the past few days, so things are looking promising. ^_^

Join the SWAT Kats Revolution!

As for this fan comic, we will be picking it back up in the fall for weekly updates. Thank you for your patience and go donate to help bring our boys back to the skies of Megakat City!


  1. I saw this and just about died, it’s about freaking time.

    I’m also very glad to hear the comic will begin updating again, I’ve been anxious to see where things are going.

    Posted July 27, 2015 at 2:44 am | Permalink
  2. Reem

    They were able to raise about $141,000 and we will now be getting a trailer that they can pitch to a company to bring back SWAT Kats!! Can’t wait to see this trailer <3

    Posted August 26, 2015 at 6:49 pm | Permalink

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