Oh I've watched TinyToons before, very recently actually and I know that Elmyra is a Pain, but even she can't take on the greatest warrior of Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd, especially not one who can take on a Megazord.
Cartoon characters don't follow the rules of logic, my friend. The concept of Elmyra Duff is that she wants to own the entire animal kingdom for her collection of pets. She is a complete idiot who is prone to hurting animals (unintentionally) and no force of nature or evil villainy can stop her because she is too dumb to quit. On top of that, it would make the picture here less funny, which is the whole idea of it.
I know. I've see Power Rangers too. I'm just saying that Elmyra Duff is too stupid to run away from dangerous animals and instead tries to cuddle them to death...literally. She could squeeze the venom out of a cobra without fear.
I wonder what would happen if someone were to introduce Elmyra to . pretty much hates everything, can't be killed because it adapts, and has only made a few friends including a sentient computer program built in 1978 that tried to hack into a government super computer after its code evolved to the point where it could not be handled by its own hardware and a little girl who everyone tries to kill after they spend enough time with her.
Yes, I did know that. Also, in the Japanese Super Sentia show "Zyuranger" Goldar is called Griffizor, Scorpina is called Lamie. Their both married, which is why in the Americanized "Power Rangers" first season they're often fighting alongside each other. Also, Grifforzor doesn't talk in "Zyuranger" until the episode after Lamie joins Witch Bandora's army in exchange for uniting her with her husband and giving him a voice.
As you can see, I'm a fan both Power Rangers and Zyurangers.
Maybe, but this is Goldar (the one who's wings kept dissapearing and reappearing through the first season) as opposed to his Japanese Counterpart Grifforzer (the one who's wings were always there and ofter got used.)
Goldar never really caught my attention,, good villain character and characterization, was an abusive villain as it should be, But I like Elmyra she could with any of them without having to use the "violence", only his love hehe