History WesternAnimation / XavierRenegadeAngel

19th Aug '16 2:57:23 PM ading
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* BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: In "Bloodcorn", a farmer fires a gun into the sky and hits God. The resultant blood rain causes the crops in the city to come alive and take vengeance on humanity.



* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: In "World of Hurt, BC", Xavier reasons that, [[InsaneTrollLogic since every cigarette you smoke takes 4 minutes off your life and every slice of bacon you eat takes 2 minutes off your life, smoking and eating bacon really quickly would allow you to go back in time.]] It works.



* DrivenToSuicide: Many, many characters often caused by Xavier himself.

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* DrivenToSuicide: Many, many characters characters, often caused by Xavier himself.



*** [[spoiler: It turns out to be a RedHerring, though, as when Xavier tries to lure the Doctor after he becomes a sentient explosion though a lake with some cake, nothing happens.]]

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*** [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It turns out to be a RedHerring, though, as when Xavier tries to lure the Doctor after he becomes a sentient explosion though a lake with some cake, nothing happens.]]



* IceCreamKoan: Xavier speaks this as a primary language. And he believes every word of it.
** And he has an obsession with actual ice cream cones on top of that.

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* IceCreamKoan: Xavier speaks this as a primary language. And he believes every word of it.
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it. And he has an obsession with actual ice cream cones on top of that.


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* StableTimeLoop: In "World of Hurt, B. C.", Xavier sees a news broadcast on the discovery of the oldest known cave painting, which depicts a being that looks very similar to him, and goes back in time to find out how it got there. Xavier tries to ask a caveman if he's seen it, but isn't sure how to describe it, so he makes a drawing of it on the cave wall. It turns out that drawing he made was the painting that was just discovered.
9th Jul '16 2:25:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheMentor: In flashbacks, Xavier is frequently seen with an old Native American shaman-type character who acts as his abusive spiritual guide before dying and sending him off into the world (though he was really just playing dead to get him to go away.)



* TheObiWan: In flashbacks, Xavier is frequently seen with an old Native American shaman-type character who acts as his abusive spiritual guide before dying and sending him off into the world (though he was really just playing dead to get him to go away.)
10th May '16 7:14:35 AM MostDangerousChair
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* StylisticSuck: Invoked, as it adds to the weird and [[UncannyValley uncanniness]] of the show.
13th Mar '16 11:52:20 AM Mr.French
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* VocalEvolution: Xavier's voice is more of a direct parody of a MagicalNativeAmerican in the earlier episodes, but steadily becomes more lilting and atonal to fit with the ever-increasing MindScrew of the series.
4th Mar '16 6:08:54 AM Kandarihu
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** GarrysMod

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** GarrysModVideoGame/GarrysMod
4th Mar '16 6:05:22 AM Kandarihu
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** Garry's Mod

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** Garry's ModGarrysMod



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5th Aug '15 10:29:35 PM Fretless94
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Xavier runs on this.
-->'''Xavier:''' I'm not violent at all, look! ''(Blasts a laser and kills a group of people playing volleyball)''
-->'''Ink Blot:''' But you killed those people!
-->'''Xavier:''' Did I? ''(AsideGlance)'' What he doesn't know is that I'm using reverse psychology on him.
-->'''Ink Blot:''' I can tell you're trying to use reverse psychology on me.
-->'''Xavier:''' That ''proves'' he doesn't know!
9th Jul '15 1:55:04 AM StevieWillShowYou
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[[DescribeTopicHere Describe ''Xavier: Renegade Angel'' here]].

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[[DescribeTopicHere Describe ''Xavier: Describe]] '''''[[DescribeTopicHere Xavier: Renegade Angel'' here]].
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Created by PFFR (the minds behind ''WonderShowzen'') for Creator/AdultSwim, ''Xavier: Renegade Angel'' is ostensibly about an angel defected from Heaven; good luck finding out what it's ''really'' about, though. The eponymous Xavier is either an actual fallen angel or just some sort of cosmic abomination that was abandoned at birth. Forced to WalkTheEarth because everyone hates him, Xavier tries to help people -- but at worst, he invents problems where none exist and causes tons of carnage, and at best, he somehow gets ''everyone'' to put aside their differences towards the common goal of ''beating him senseless''.

Probably the weirdest show Adult Swim has ever produced, the show was largely one huge MindScrew, with Xavier speaking in a near-continuous, stream-of-consciousness...well, ''stream'' of narrative/conversation/wisdom/puns/portmanteaux/"unintentional" double-entendre/callbacks. The show's only real narrative story is a ongoing subplot involving Xavier's incredibly screwed-up childhood and the death of his adoptive mother. Xavier was able to talk to himself as a child via a tear in the fabric of space-time, and this meeting caused Xavier's younger self to become a clingy freak of nature towards his apathetic adoptive mother, which drove her to drink and take pills to cope with life. Xavier convinces his younger self to switch his mother's pills with placebos, but just a few years later, Xavier tells his mom what he did; this causes her to think that she is hallucinating Xavier's existence. At this point, Xavier causes a fire to spread from the present into the past, which ends up killing his mother (since she believed the flames, like Xavier, were a mental hallucination).

''Xavier'' is uniquely abstract, showing concepts in a way that -- instead of using aspects such as plot -- creates connections in various patterns to prove a point. A good example is the episode "Signs From Godrilla"; this episode explores the aspects of choice and free will by using various themes, including recursion and mind/body dualism, to aid in its expression.

The show was animated in 3D with (some) motion-capture all done in {{CGI}}, which allowed for a vast range of [[UncannyValley strangeness]]; [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs it's all pretty damn trippy]], in any event. Do not take this as license to WatchItStoned: it might make more sense, but it's just as likely you'll be utterly terrified from the sensory overload. A third season was rumored to be in development after the second season's end, but those plans seem to have fallen through.

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Created by PFFR (the minds behind ''WonderShowzen'') ''Series/WonderShowzen'') for Creator/AdultSwim, ''Xavier: Renegade Angel'' is ostensibly is, on its surface, about an angel defected from Heaven; good luck finding out what it's ''really'' about, though. The eponymous Xavier is either an actual fallen angel or just some sort of cosmic abomination that was abandoned at birth. Forced to WalkTheEarth because everyone hates him, Xavier tries to help people -- but people--but at worst, he invents problems where none exist and causes tons of carnage, and at best, he somehow gets ''everyone'' to put aside their differences differences...towards the common goal of ''beating him senseless''.

Probably the weirdest show Adult Swim [adult swim] has ever produced, produced ([[Series/TimAndEricAwesomeShowGreatJob and]] [[WesternAnimation/TwelveOunceMouse that's]] [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce saying]] [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever a]] [[Series/TheHeartSheHoller lot]]), the show was largely one huge MindScrew, with Xavier speaking in a near-continuous, stream-of-consciousness...well, ''stream'' of narrative/conversation/wisdom/puns/portmanteaux/"unintentional" double-entendre/callbacks. The show's only real narrative story is a ongoing subplot involving Xavier's incredibly screwed-up childhood and the death of his adoptive mother. Xavier was able to talk to himself as a child via a tear in the fabric of space-time, and this meeting caused Xavier's younger self to become a clingy freak of nature towards his apathetic adoptive mother, which drove her to drink and take pills to cope with life. Xavier convinces his younger self to switch his mother's pills with placebos, but just a few years later, Xavier tells his mom what he did; this did. This causes her to think that she is hallucinating Xavier's existence. At this point, Xavier causes a fire to spread from the present into the past, which ends up killing his mother (since she believed the flames, like Xavier, were a mental hallucination).

''Xavier'' is uniquely abstract, showing concepts in a way that -- instead that--instead of using aspects thematic devices such as plot -- creates plot--creates connections in various patterns to prove a point. A good example is the episode "Signs From Godrilla"; this Godrilla": This episode explores the aspects of choice and free will by using various themes, including recursion and mind/body dualism, to aid in its expression.

The show was animated in 3D with (some) motion-capture all done in {{CGI}}, which allowed for a vast range of [[UncannyValley strangeness]]; [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs it's all pretty damn trippy]], in any event. Do not take this as license to WatchItStoned: it might make more sense, but it's just as likely you'll be utterly terrified from the sensory overload. A third season was rumored to be in development after the second season's end, but those plans seem to have fallen through.
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* ContestWinnerCameo: Adult Swim hosted a contest to make a couple of short films (animated or live action) based on Xavier. The winners were shown in an episode that had Xavier traveling to different dimensions.
* DerangedAnimation: Cranked UpToEleven and damaging the knob with "Damnesia Vu", the episode where the winners of a contest get their films shown in an ExcusePlot where Xavier goes to different dimensions to figure out his identity. Styles include:

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* ContestWinnerCameo: Adult Swim hosted a contest to make a couple of short films (animated or live action) based on Xavier. The winners were shown in an episode that had Xavier traveling to different dimensions.
* DerangedAnimation: Cranked UpToEleven and damaging the knob with "Damnesia Vu", the episode where the winners of a contest get their films shown in an ExcusePlot where Xavier goes to different dimensions to figure out his identity. Styles shown in the episode include:



* GainaxEnding: Every. Single. Episode. Perhaps the weirdest was "Bloodcorn", in which the Earth spawns a giant eye, which then starts bleeding profusely.
* GrandFinale: It's over. [[spoiler:He's human]]. There can't be a third season.

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* GainaxEnding: Every. Single. Episode.Every episode has one. Yes, '''every''' episode. Perhaps the weirdest was "Bloodcorn", in which the Earth spawns a giant eye, which then starts bleeding profusely.
* GrandFinale: It's over. [[spoiler:He's human]]. There can't be a third season.[[spoiler:Xavier's human]].



* RunningGag: Every time someone says "life", the word echoes three times. Every. Single. Time.

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* RunningGag: Every time someone says "life", the word echoes three times. Every. Single. Time.Every single time, no matter who says it.



** "Take that!" "Taste the pain!" in the same voice every time Xavier gets beaten up for "Being a freak" regardless or the character saying it
** Also occasional mentions of Grinders in season 2

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** "Take that!" "Taste the pain!" in the same voice every time Xavier gets beaten up for "Being "being a freak" freak", regardless or of the character saying it
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** Also The occasional mentions of Grinders in season 22.



* '''[[WidgetSeries WHAT Series]]''': The weirdest Adult Swim can ever give you. It makes Anime/{{FLCL}} and some other WidgetSeries look tame.

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* '''[[WidgetSeries WHAT Series]]''': The weirdest Adult Swim can ever give you. It makes Anime/{{FLCL}} and some other WidgetSeries look tame.tame in comparison.



* YouKilledMyFather: Parodied. The series starts out with Xavier looking for the man who killed his parents, completely oblivious to the fact that ''he'' was the one who did it by accidentally burning his house down.

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* YouKilledMyFather: Parodied. The series starts out with Xavier looking for the man who killed his parents, parents. He is completely oblivious to the fact that ''he'' was the one who did it by accidentally burning his house down.

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* OncePerEpisode: See GainaxEnding.
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* BedlamHouse: Xavier sends the poor kid in a dolphin costume there, and ends up meeting his long lost mother. It just descends into BrainBleach territory from there.

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* BedlamHouse: Xavier sends the poor kid in a dolphin costume there, and ends up meeting his long lost mother. It just descends into BrainBleach territory from there. It's heavily implied that [[spoiler:Xavier has actually been in one the whole time and the entire series was actually his hallucinations.]]
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