Toonz to help revive cult 90s animation show, SWAT-KATS

Trivandrum, Feb 3, 2022: Technopark-based animation company Toonz Media Group is all set to revive the iconic 90s animation show SWAT-KATS.
Toonz has teamed up with show creators Christian and Yvon Tremblay to co-produce a brand new series of SWAT-KATS, twenty eight years after the original series was produced. The cult animation show featuring high-flying anthropomorphic feline fighters is all set to make a thrilling comeback with this collaboration.  
The new series SWAT-KATS Revolution to be co-produced by TREMBLAY BROS. and Toonz Media Group, will be targeted at 5 to 11-year-olds and will include a slew of new characters alongside the classic protagonists and villains. The new series will also feature a range of futuristic arsenals including a new jet fighter plane for the heroes, along with other cutting edge vehicles and gadgets. The action adventure series is slated to bring together top talents from across the world, led by the creative vision of the Tremblay brothers.
Said Christian Tremblay : “While SWAT-KATS Revolution is a new series, the DNA of what made it successful will remain. The character relationships, the smart and witty writing, the action, the imaginative stories, and the bigger than life villains will evermore be present. The new series will be contemporary and explore themes that the new audience will identify with,”
Added Toonz Media Group CEO P. Jayakumar:“SWAT-KATS is easily one of the all-time classics in animation. It is a privilege for Toonz to revive this iconic show after all these years. We see tremendous potential for the property in the new context and among new audiences. We cannot wait to bring life to the new series under the supervision of Christian and Yvon,” says
SWAT-KATS Revolution is also set in the fictional mega metropolis of Megakat City, where the two vigilante heroes fight off evil powers to keep their city from becoming a dystopian world. The series will be distributed world-wide by Toonz.
SWAT-KATS first aired in September 1993. The original series SWAT-KATS: The Radical Squadron produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons became the number one syndicated animated show of 1994. The show was admired by viewers for its bold and eye-catching animation style, power-packed action, and energetic rock and roll background score besides its iconic theme music.
The show, which gained cult status in the ‘90s, enjoys immense fan following across the world. SK Fandom, as the fan community of the series is popularly known, has kept the show alive amongst the community over the years through discussions, fan fiction, artwork, and a variety of fan projects and games over online groups and forums. The fan community had also raised substantial sums to revive the show through a Kickstarter fundraising campaign a few years ago.