Following the cataclysmic events of episode 9, Fly Girl wakes up to find herself stripped of her powers and all alone in a vast, barren wasteland. While her friends and family deal with her absence back home, Fly Girl must make her way through the trackless desert and to safety, her only companion a talking coyote who would just as soon eat her as walk beside her.
After weeks of tormenting Fly Girl, the Trickster finally makes his move, ripping open a portal to another dimension and threatening all life as we know it. And when Fly Girl tries to stop him, she finds her former friends - the ones the Trickster has turned into super-powered monsters - standing between her and him.
In the past, Fly Girl has enjoyed a strained relationship with the police department in her hometown – but when a brilliant criminal sporting equipment and weaponry straight out of a science fiction novel goes on a crime spree in Phoenix, the police have to turn to the flying heroine for help.
Weeks after the gift of a Thunderbird feather gave her the power of flight, Caryn Clay - aka Fly Girl - has finally met someone who knows how it all works - her long-lost uncle, Joe Nez. Uncle Joe isn't here to teach her, though. He's here to tell her about when Caryn's grandmother wielded the power of Thunderbird, and to share a warning.
There's a new hero soaring the skies above Phoenix, Arizona. Bursting out of a forgotten TV show from the '80s, the Blue Bullet is back on the scene and ready to help fight crime in the Valley of the Sun. When Fly Girl meets him, an old-fashioned team-up is in the offing... but when tragedy strikes, she may find out that not everyone is cut out for this superhero gig...
Things are going pretty well for Caryn Clay. But she has no way of knowing that her strings are being pulled from behind the scenes, by a creature with the power to manipulate even Caryn’s Thunderbird-given gifts, and the ill intentions to turn a relaxing night out into a battle of wills, where Caryn’s worst enemy may be herself.
16 year-old Caryn Clay is a Phoenix, AZ girl who would be perfectly happy if you never mentioned (or even noticed) the fact that she’s half-Navajo. So she’s more than a little surprised when her Navajo grandmother wills a genuine Thunderbird feather to her - especially when she finds out that the feather grants her limited control over the weather and the ability to fly.