Leaving SWAT Kats in the past is the question. The series itself has proven to be ahead of its time (advanced technology, origins of dark characters, deaths, etc.) and by the year 2000 it still has relevance among fans. Not as intense as when I re-discovered the series in 2004 but the influence continues.Echo wrote:After seeing the most recent posts on this thread, I've started asking myself:
Is this really worth it? Should we just keep SWAT Kats in the past?
Maybe what the Tremblay brothers want is the SK essence to be not affected by current trends and the current animated series, which must be politically correct as an obligation. This is just an opinion of what I have seen.
If the Tremblays are taking the time to work in SK Revolution, I would say that I'd let them do it, it does not matter if it takes months or years for. I'd like to be surprised that one day out of nowhere the trailer comes to light. It could be an excellent series or it could not be. I'm sure I'll love it.