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Xavier: Renegade Angel, Season 2TV-MAClosed Captioning

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Xavier continues to search the sandscape of the American mindfield for Mother Justice, Daddy Truth, and Creepy Uncle Profundity. Striding along the road of lyfe, he defends the weak so hard they shatter into angel dust. Season 2 of Xavier: Renegade Angel promises twice the deepthiesness and thrice the heaviosity, but delivers redemptionuplets.

Customer Reviews

I thought it looked stupid too, until I tried it.

This is my first iTunes review in four years of reading them. This show is amazing--somehow hugely funny, heartwarming, and brain-raping all at once. Contrary to what some people say, it's not "stupid humor" and it's not random, and it's certainly not any kind of comedown for Adult Swim. I consider myself to be an old and loyal AS fan, and this show is a return to the mind-bending hilarity of its early days, after years of random crap. "Xavier" rules. If you have brains, heart, and a happily demented spirit, welcome home.

THE BEST SHOW ON ADULT SWIM

Xavier: Renegade Angel has re-established its spot as the greatest show not only on adult swim, but the greatest show being produced right now. The PFFR team are GODS.

Pure insanity. One of the Most creative shows ever.

Xavier: Renegade Angel is a computer animated, fantasy-comedy television series created by John Lee, Vernon Chatman, Alyson Levy and Jim Tozzi (aka PFFR, the dangerously insane minds behind the wonderfully cancelled program known as Wonder Showzen). It has some of the same elements of humor, so anyone who loved Wonder Showzen will probably love this. Xavier's first season was brilliant. I was very worried that it wouldn't come back for another season, there is actually a pretty giant gap betwixt the seasons, but it finally returned, and in a big way. It seems the PFFR team has really upped the craziness this season. Keeping up with Xaviers lightning fast ramblings is harder than ever, but when you can actually understand what he's saying, it's hilarious. It will make you wonder how the creators are able to write some of the stuff that happens in this show. Although, this show is definitely not for everyone. A required taste I suppose. If you're just completely lost in what the hell is going on in an episode, or the only think you watch on [Adult Swim] is Family Guy, I suppose you shouldn't even bother watching (although it does sometimes take a couple viewings to truly comprehend what exactly you were just watching). It's a little hard to explain the whole thing, it would probably just seem straight up bizarre to the average person (I mean, the main character is a hairy, backwards-legged, beak-havin, snake-armed chompski honk of a wandering wander/guru), but oh well, I love it, and hope PFFR continue to make it for their fans. What you can expect this season: Xavier will most certainly take that, but will he also taste the pain? Tune in to find out!

Xavier: Renegade Angel, Season 2
View in iTunes $14.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Feb 13, 2009
  • CCin English

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