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Storm Hawks TV Show Facts

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By harnessing the power of crystals and piloting impressive flying machines, The Storm Hawks have vowed to protect Atmos from Master Cyclonis and her followers. Kidzworld has some inside info on Cartoon Network's new hit show.

Main Characters

  • Aerrow - The daring leader of the squadron, Aerrow is a good-natured fourteen-year-old with red hair and green eyes. Despite being really young, he's one of the most talented Sky Knights in the Atmos.
  • Radarr - Aerrow's close friend and co-pilot, Radarr is a rabbit-like creature who hates being called a pet.
  • Finn - A wise-cracking doofus, Finn is a sharpshooter, and he and Junko are always getting into trouble together. He's like the surfer-dude of the group.
  • Junko - A tough character who has a big heart, Junko is the muscle of the group, in charge of flight engineering and heavy ballistics. He is from a race of warriors called Wallops.
  • Piper - In charge of tactics, navigation, and crystals, Piper has excellent combat abilities and knows nearly everything about Atmos and the other Sky Knights.
  • Stork - The carrier pilot and gadget specialist, Stork is a skinny, green-skinned Merb. Though he appears frightening at first, he is quickly revealed to be a scaredy-cat.
  • Fun Facts

  • Just about every mechanical device in the Storm Hawks universe requires a crystal to power it.
  • Storm Hawks was created by Asaph 'Ace' Fipke and NerdCorps Entertainment.
  • Storm Hawks premiered on Cartoon Network on May 25, 2007 and YTV in September of ‘07.
  • The Storm Hawks website has a flash video game where you command the Storm Hawks squadron against the Cyclonians.
  • Under construction is a multiplayer universe where users can create customizable characters and vehicles and upgrade and race other users to earn crystals and points.
  • Quotes

    "Aren’t you a little short to be a Sky Night?” - The Dark Ace

    ”Was that a mattress?” - Finn

    ”Score one fire-blasting Phoenix crystal for the Storm Hawks.” - Aerrow

    ”They’ve got action figures. Why don’t we have action figures?” - Finn

    ”I’m nothing without these knuckle busters.” - Junko

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