Queen Tyr'ahnee , better known as the Martian Queen , is the main antagonist of the animated series Duck Dodgers. She was voiced by Tia Carrere of Wayne's World fame. She does not appear in the original "Looney Tunes" shorts, but rather as a regular on the animated series based on one of those shorts.
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Animation from to It originally aired on Cartoon Network and Boomerang. Though primarily based around the original Duck Dodgers short which is set in roughly AD , the series has also taken many visual and thematic cues from other Looney Tunes shorts unrelated to the Dodgers character and its science fiction premise. Many other familiar characters from the Looney Tunes pantheon are featured in the series, often given traits to fit within Duck Dodgers ' own universe. Coyote was a Predator -like alien hunter in one episode where Martian Commander X-2 and K-9 were hunting. Gophers Mac and Tosh appeared as Martian gophers on an alien golf course. In a two-part episode, the " Shropshire Slasher " appears as a convict named the Andromeda Annihilator. Michigan J. Frog was the host of a talent show and Ralph Phillips played Babyface Moonbeam.
This is a list of characters from the American animated television series Duck Dodgers. He was voiced by Joe Alaskey. Duck Dodgers was accidentally frozen for over three centuries. He was revived by Dr. Hi in the middle of the 24th century. Through scheming and lies, he managed to trick everyone into believing he was a 21st-century hero. In reality, he was only a water boy for a football team. He is arrogant, selfish, greedy, lazy, cowardly, gullible, and not particularly intelligent. He occasionally displays surprisingly high levels of heroism and competence, suggesting that he is not quite as daft as he appears to be, although he mostly succeeds through dumb luck and the work of the Eager Young Space Cadet.
Queen Tyr'ahnee is the queen of Mars in the Duck Dodgers series and the loyal leader of the Martian empire. She had an on and off relationship with captain Duck Dodgers , saying that he is brave and heroic. She's clearly displayed affection towards him on several occasions, yet she has also been known to despise him. However the hate she exhibits towards him is often halfhearted and followed by a positive remark. Commander X-2 had a hidden love for Queen Tyr'anhee that he would do anything for her and he often loathes her romance towards Duck Dodgers. In the episode "Of Course You Know This Means War and Peace Part 2 " his love for her was exposed by Z-9 and as a result presumably caused him to confess his true feelings after her rescue, months later X-2 proposed to her yet the Queen called off the wedding for she still had feelings for Dodgers. She wears a gold and purple, green-jeweled head band accompanied by a gold bikini top, gold bracers, a gold necklace, purple shoes, and a purple skirt that has thigh high slits on both sides with a gold belt that has a green jewel in its center. Queen Tyr'ahnee is noted to be a female counterpart of Marvin the Martian who wears outfits reminiscent of ancient Egyptian royal garbs. Queen Tyr'anhee is very skilled in both hand to hand and vehicular combat, and has been implied that she has ninja like abilities shown by how she successfully kidnapped The Cadet with presumed ease in the episode "The Queen is Wild", and in the manner of how she constantly destroys training bot Dodgers in trainings.