It's the year 2020, NASA's Headquarters on Mars has been destroyed by androids from the planet Guk, in the galaxy of Alpha Centauri. The androids and their wrinkled hag leader, Zelda, have designs on the earth, hoping to wipe out the humans and rule in our place. Three years earlier, the UN High Command ordered that Dr. 'Tiger' Ninestein create an elite international force to be known as the "Terrahawks". Now the team, from their secret base in South America, must defend the world against the evil Zelda. The leader of the Terrahawks Earth Defence Squadron, Dr. "Tiger" Ninestein is one of nine clones created by Professor Stein (hence the name). Working with Tiger as the pilot of the Battlehawk is the even-tempered Captain Mary Falconer. Mary uses her experience as a former civilian pilot and free-fall parachutist... Scoring high IQ points on the mission is super-smart space stud Hiro, responsible for the Terrahawks' computer Command Centre... The sassy, singing sensation Kate Kestrel is Hawkwing pilot and a pop superstar... Lieutenant Hawkeye has micro computer enhanced eyes that have helped him earn his reputation as an ace fighter pilot. Finally, Sergeant Major Zero, a state-of-the-art spheroid robot, upholds the tradition of machines with emotions. Together they battle Zelda and her revolting android creations, Cystar and Yungstar.
1. Unseen Miracle How can you fight what you can't see? This is the puzzle facing the Terrahawks when MOID, the Master of Infinite Disguise, takes on his most amazing form yet - the Invisible Man! Set loose in Hawknest, he threatens havoc among Earth's defenses, but MOID has a character trait even Zelda doesn't know about. 2. A Christmas Miracle It's Christmas Eve at the White House and not a soul stirs, not even a mouse. That doesn't last for long, though, as Zelda decides that this is just the opportunity to launch a massive attack when the Terrahawks are least expecting it. Tiger, though, has plans of his own, and the result could be all-out war on Christmas Day. 3. Midnight Blue Zelda's Zeafs attack Earth once more, and mysteriously manage to get through Spacehawk's laser barrage. Stranger still, the invading ship manages to evade Hawkwing, leading the Terrahawks high-speed fighter plane in a chase which leads it beyond Earth's atmosphere, and into grave danger for its crew. 4. Play It Again, Sram Kate Kestrel achieves her greatest musical triumph yet when she wins the World Song Contest. Zelda, though, claims to have an even better song, and challenges Kate to the first ever Interstellar Song Contest. Not surprisingly, Zelda has more than music on her mind, and Sram, Lord of Felony, is on hand to make the proceedings go with a bang.