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Xavier: Renegade Angel is American computer-generated imagery belonging to the cultural movement, surrealism fabricated by PFFR. This television series adopts a comic style called the Black comedy where subjects that are generally considered taboo are brought about into lights. This fantasy series was created by Vernon Chatman and John Lee, who is well known as the creators of Wonder Showzen that aired on MTV.
Under the production of PFFR, the animation of the series was shaped by Cinematico. It was launched on Adult Swim website on 1 November 2007 and on the Adult Swim on1 November 2007. With two seasons and twenty episodes, the series explains the story in a satirical manner. The show was accepted by many around the world due to its unique way of using black humour along with surrealism in a hallucinatory manner.
The protagonist of the series is Xavier, a heedless faun like a shaman with a fallacy of splendour. Portrayed as an eponymous character, Xavier is sometimes a sociopath merely doing things. If his interactions with other people create a sense of negativity for himself, he will turn against them in a tap. Xavier’s physical appearance is in such a way that he makes the viewer remember about the mythical creature of Ancient Rome, the Faun.
One of the absurdities in his physical appearance is his left hand, which shows a snake which sometimes possesses his consciousness. Another notable feature of Xavier is his eyes that reflect Heterochromia. One of his eyes is in brown whereas the other in blue. As a substitute to the nose, this character has a hawk-like beak along with a mouth. The series initially shows him a kind of hermit but gradually his purpose changes. Off the two seasons, the first one shows Xavier wandering in search of the man who killed his father. But in the second season, he shakes down for his mother.
Apart from Xavier, the other main characters of the series are Chief Master Guru, Xavier’s father, mother and a computer. The computer appears as a character that gives information for Xavier accordingly and analyzes things for him. The computer sets in motion in a jolty black and white background. The show after completing twenty episodes ended on 16 Aril 2009.
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“Do you believe in God?”
“God has put me through his reamer, but I’ve come out the other side with his calling [“calling” echoes] in my ear!”
“I have the strange feeling that I’ve forgotten all of this before.”
“I know what youer butt did to that boy .”
“I sentence thee to three glimpses into your own soul!”
“Goldern B. Taintnun:”
“Heeya-haa-heeyaaawww shucks. I forgot it! But we can jog my memory, with the Lakota memory-joggin’ dance.”
“I’d like to talk to you a lot more about this. Would you be interested in reading some of my literature?”
“If these be my last words, then I’d like to leave this world with one final thought: Me no wanna die, mommy! Waaahhh!”
“If we only had rain!”
“I’m willin’ to try any precipitation boogie you’ve got.”
“In this odd dominion, driving backwards over people can mend them!”
“It helps no one to be reductive. I believe that that we are here implies to some degree that there are forces larger than us. Now, we can get into the semanticalities…”
“Kid on Chili Slide:”
“Laws? Laws are illegal here!”
“My name is Goldern B. Taintnun, as in “T’ain’t none of yer goldern beeswax!””
“Of course! This noodle is a steel cage! But only God can do that dance, and it has to be raining… That’s the ‘irony’ part.”
“Of life… [“life” echoes]”
“People, hurry, get *in* the way! I’m committing vehicular manburger helper, and it tastes like pure liquid relief. Best part is, I’m helping the earth, getting negative thirty miles to the gallon! Oh, the cops wanna hone in on my heal-deal. I’ll let them co-bask in my reflective glory!”
“Pfft, I could do that with my third eye tied behind my back.”
“Please get my mommy, so I can tell on you!”
“Rain… It’s just God’s tears. I know a shamanic Navaho rain dance, that hasn’t just blown MINDS. Its’s blown ducks. ‘Tear ducks’.”
“Really? OH! I just repopulated my pants.”
“Society is about to end, girl. And it’s up to us to start repopulating the planet.”
“That’s a complicated question. It depends on what you mean by “God”. You see, I…”
“This is how starving people cry.”
“This must mean I’ve saved a life. I’m some sort of life-savior? Wonder where’s my reward.”
“Very well. *Seven* glimpses!”
“Well, I’m a good farmhand, and I don’t need much. Just five hots. And a cot. And a queen-size lazy bread bed. And a flatscreen iTV. And a WiFi hotspot. And a breakfast nook… A sauna. Conversation nook. Some o’ them crazy cookies.”
“We’re in a drought. I can give you a plate of weevils every day…”
“What *is* this place and who *am* I? I don’t remember my name. All I remember is that I don’t know my name, and that I can’t remember if I do know my, uh, um.”
Does anyone know how to get to the lake… the lake?
I just needed a hand – to tame the beast.
I’m a conundrummer in a band called Life Puzzler.”””
“Yes or no?”
“You are not on trial for shooting the mayor. You are on trial for being on trial!”
“You show me, how?”
“You’ll jalape?o pants!”
“*Yes* or *no*?”
“[after he angers the Aztec sun god] You people have angered the Gods! Why?”
“[attempts to hand the man a pamphlet]”
“[Barcode Man shoots himself]”
“[enters a realm where the world unfolds in reverse, sees a man hit by a car] I’m too late. If I had been at this poor meat in time, he’d still be a delicious man.”
“[gets in a car and drives backwards down the street]”
“[gets shot; hummingbirds fly out of his head]”
“[gets shot; sheep jump out of his head]”
“[points gun at Xavier] Do you believe in God?”
“[shooting a line of animal-headed people execution style] Do you believe in God?”
“[smokes a pipe] The very notion of belief itself can be rhetorically whittled to the bare nub of its meaning.”
“[Thinking] Sucker, I would’ve settled for every OTHER day.”
“[Walking back into the room he just walked out of] Smells like a real creep been in this room.”
“[Xavier is returned to the room of doors in Barcode Man’s clothing] So, it was me all along!”
“A crying lady! I’ll help you. I’m a feminist. I’ll make sexism my bitch. Sexism will be all like, “Oh Xavier! You’re so strong! Kissy kissy! You can hit me. I like it.””
“Aya-hu! Ay… Can’t remember the memory-joggin’ dance. I know the irony is rich, so all we have to do is the Iroquoi irony-melting dance and we’ll be golden.”
“But I swear, I’m innocent!”