Xavier: Renegade Angel

Xavier: Renegade Angel

  • TV-MA
  • 2007
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.7  (3,600)

Xavier: Renegade Angel, the original animated series featured in Cartoon Network's late-night block, Adult Swim, follows the adventures of Xavier'a mythical, faun-like creature with a bird's beak for a nose and a snake for his right arm who wanders through the desert in search of his mother and the person who killed his father. During his journey to discover the truth behind his unknown origins, he is transported to various parts of the world where he meets new characters that he either bores or confuses with his narcissistic and self-serving philosophical observations. After which, the character will inform him about an issue or dilemma he or she is dealing with. Then, Xavier will make an attempt to assist them in fixing their problem; however, his desire to help the people he encounters usually causes him to make the situation even worse; creating more chaos than before he arrived. Occasionally, Xavier will have a series of flashbacks, typically showing a younger version of himself alongside his mentor Chief Master Guru'a shaman-like character who takes Xavier in after the death of his father and disappearance of his mother and teaches the young Xavier spiritual and mystical lessons. The young Xavier shows a great deal of admiration for Chief Master Guru, despite the fact that his teacher treats him with cruelty and is typically unkind and rude towards him. Xavier: Renegade Angel is shown through CGI animation and implements quick cut scenes and computer glitches into each episode as a way to present its nonlinear story structure. The show also employs the usage of non sequiturs and philosophical concepts that the show's protagonist delivers throughout the course of every show, as well as humor through homophobia, racism, surrealism, black comedy, as well as jokes geared towards religious ideology.

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Braingea's Final Cranny
10. Braingea's Final Cranny
April 16, 2009
When Xavier runs out of desert across which to ramble, he drowns in a sea of completion.
Damnesia You
9. Damnesia You
April 9, 2009
Poor, poor Xavier awakes with his fate in the goo drenched hands of the grandest menace of all time: You.
Kharmarabionic Lotion
8. Kharmarabionic Lotion
April 2, 2009
A reporter gets his scoop on Xavier. Here cometh the twist: It turns out to be a scoop of Lotion. It's pretty cool. Or, did he?
Going Normal
7. Going Normal
March 26, 2009
Just whenst you most expect it, Xavier's gratitude starved heart shrieks out "Abandon ye lifequest!" and then wolfs down a steam-filled puddin' pie of limits.
Damnesia Vu
6. Damnesia Vu
March 19, 2009
When Xavier wakes up with no memories, the power of deja vu reigns supreme. When Xavier wakes up with no memories, the power of deja vu reigns supreme.
Free Range Manibalism
5. Free Range Manibalism
March 12, 2009
Xavier lifts homeless veterans up from the filth of the streets and into the filth of their meats.
Haunted Tonk
4. Haunted Tonk
March 5, 2009
Xavier returns to the scene of the crime, his childhood.
El Tornadador
3. El Tornadador
February 26, 2009
When Xavier sets him sights on friendship, the Energy Crisis won't know what hit it in the face.
Xavier's Maneuver
2. Xavier's Maneuver
February 19, 2009
Xavier unleashes his revolutionary lifesaving maneuver all up on those who find theyselfs in need of his protection.
Vibracaust
1. Vibracaust
February 12, 2009
Xavier's sacred mantra brings solace to a sad, pathetic pill popping soul-- his own.
Description

Xavier: Renegade Angel, the original animated series featured in Cartoon Network's late-night block, Adult Swim, follows the adventures of Xavier'a mythical, faun-like creature with a bird's beak for a nose and a snake for his right arm who wanders through the desert in search of his mother and the person who killed his father. During his journey to discover the truth behind his unknown origins, he is transported to various parts of the world where he meets new characters that he either bores or confuses with his narcissistic and self-serving philosophical observations. After which, the character will inform him about an issue or dilemma he or she is dealing with. Then, Xavier will make an attempt to assist them in fixing their problem; however, his desire to help the people he encounters usually causes him to make the situation even worse; creating more chaos than before he arrived.

Occasionally, Xavier will have a series of flashbacks, typically showing a younger version of himself alongside his mentor Chief Master Guru'a shaman-like character who takes Xavier in after the death of his father and disappearance of his mother and teaches the young Xavier spiritual and mystical lessons. The young Xavier shows a great deal of admiration for Chief Master Guru, despite the fact that his teacher treats him with cruelty and is typically unkind and rude towards him.

Xavier: Renegade Angel is shown through CGI animation and implements quick cut scenes and computer glitches into each episode as a way to present its nonlinear story structure. The show also employs the usage of non sequiturs and philosophical concepts that the show's protagonist delivers throughout the course of every show, as well as humor through homophobia, racism, surrealism, black comedy, as well as jokes geared towards religious ideology.Xavier: Renegade Angel is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on November 4, 2007.

Where to Watch Xavier: Renegade Angel

Xavier: Renegade Angel is available for streaming on the Adult Swim website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Xavier: Renegade Angel on demand at HBO Max, Microsoft Movies & TV, Apple TV and Adult Swim.

  • Premiere Date
    November 4, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (3,600)