Xavier: Renegade Angel

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 17+

Purposely offensive CGI series isn't for kids.

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 15 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 10 reviews

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age 16+

i don’t think any young children would like this, even if it was age appropriate

b u t. this show is genius. it’s a project you can absolutely tell the writers had a lot of fun with. the jokes per minute here is insane, i mean i haven’t counted but i’ve never seen a comedy with as densely packed content as this show. i’m not kidding, it looks basic and shitty based on the animation, but the writing is unironically creative as hell and super thought out. please at least watch like an episode of this. damnesia vu from the second season, probably.
age 13+

Absurdist comedy

I think the kind of comedy this show was going for wasn't meant to be understood by many people. A lot of the reviews on this site just go to prove that. It is a show of patrician taste and humor. Your child will not grow up to be stupid because they watched this show. This show has a lot of Native American philosophical themes in it. If you made a bad review on this show and you do not let your son watch this, its probably because your brain is too small to wrap your head around the complex nature of this show and the message it is trying to project. This show has a huge underlying humanitarian and religious theme. It makes fun of Christianity because it wants you to see the devil in those who make fun of our Lord and Savior. It literally shows you what the devil looks like when it makes 'fun' of Jesus. It shows you that they are pure evil. To conclude I would highly recommend this show for its educational value and its sophisticated value. My argument is that children will grow up one of these days and this show just so happens to be one of those things children will grow up to resent you for never allowing them to see.

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