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ReLIFE Episode 12


Several new chapters were also published by Yayoiso but are not for sale on Amazon. These episodes are available as online reader on the Comico (NHN Japan) official website and many others. English translation is also available for this manga on Comico's English website Pocket Comics.[27] The last Report is 222 Named: "Restart Life". In volume 15, two bonus chapters, were added. The first is an epilogue. It picks up the same night Chizuru and Arata regain their memories of each other, and ends just over 4 years later. The other bonus chapter was a prologue, which covers how Arata was chosen to be a subject.[6]




ReLIFE Episode 12



It was announced on February 13, 2015, that the webtoon series would be getting an anime television adaptation that is scheduled to air on July 2, 2016.[7][9] The anime's main cast, broadcast information and first key visual was unveiled at the AnimeJapan 2016 convention in Japan on March 26, 2016.[8] TMS Entertainment is producing the series,[28] with Satoru Kosaka directing, Michiko Yokote and Kazuho Hyodo handling series composition, Junko Yamanaka designing the characters, and Masayasu Tsuboguchi composing the music.[29] All 13 episodes of the anime were pre-streamed before the television broadcast on the ReLIFE Channel app on June 24, 2016.[30] Crunchyroll released all episodes of the anime for premium members on July 1, 2016, each episode was made available for free members throughout the following weeks.[31] The anime is licensed in North America by Crunchyroll, and Funimation released it on home video with an English dub.[32]


The opening theme is "Button" by Penguin Research, while various artists perform a different ending theme for each episode.[36] The ending songs are compiled into one album titled "MD2000 ReLIFE Ending Songs" to be released on September 21, 2016.[needs update] The title "MD2000" comes from a type of mini disc that came out in 2000 while the concept of the ending themes comes from the songs that Kaizaki used to hear back in his (old) high school days.[37]


And with that, I only have one more episode to go until the final. I look forward to it, seeing as festival confession scenes are like, my favorite clichés ever. So thanks for reading, and sorry again for being so late to get this up.


While the Ooga x Kariu is indeed an interesting story, I still miss the main storyline here. I mean, there is only one episode left, it would be quite a shame to compress the second semester in a single episode, that would really really ruin things. There definitely has got to be a sequel.


The date goes fairly well, though at the end, the two are confronted with their feelings for one another. Unlike most Christmas episodes in anime where characters go on a date, which almost play like fan fiction that once completed, resets back to canon, this episode is ReLIFE is pivotal. Arata and Chizuru need to get to the heart of the matter, but in their way are all their doubts and concerns.


The special Rock of Ages Radio Theater series will be released in 9 episodes. Each episode will be available to listen to and/or download on the park website. Carlsbad Cavern is home to many incredible and inspiring stories that push the boundaries of imagination in the exploration, creation, and enjoyment of Carlsbad Caverns National Park. The unbelievable tales surrounding the cavern dare visitors to believe in the impossible. When it comes to Ranger Lore, stories passed down from generation to generation of park guides, sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction.


INTRO: Hello, everyone! Welcome to this episode of Rock of Ages. Rock of Ages will take on a different form as we all adapt to the challenges of this year. This project has been made possible by the diligent work, research, time, and vocal talents of the interpretive staff at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Today, we travel to 1928, where superintendent Colonel Thomas Boles meets with a special guest, one who is known for her daring feats above ground, rather than below. Sit back, relax, and listen to our history.


OUTRO: Well folks, we sure hope you enjoyed this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers James Gunn as Colonel Thomas Boles, Kelli Housley as Amelia Earhart, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched and written by Kelli Housley. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Join us soon for our next episode. Thanks for listening . . . see ya soon . . . and happy trails.


OUTRO: We hope you had as much fun listening to this episode as we did making it. This episode featured the voices of rangers Grace Housman as Melinda Raven, Ross Studlar as John Broadbent,and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched and written by Ross Studlar with additional research by Colin Walfield. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Join us for our next episode, coming soon! Thanks for listening. . . . See ya next time . . . and happy trails!


OUTRO: We hope you enjoyed this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers Kialey Day as Dr. Vera Small, Laura Steele as Hannah Lovecraft, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched by Grace Housman, and written by Abby Burlingame. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Join us for our next episode, coming soon! Thanks for listening. . . . See ya soon . . . and happy trails!


OUTRO: Thank you for tuning in to this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers James Gunn as Colonel Thomas Boles, Pam Cox as Bertha Bailey, Jane Santaella as Carmen McClean, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. Alongside the singing talents of Kelli Housley, Jane Santaella, Brian Cole, Dave Brumbaugh, and Gabe Montemayor, this episode was researched and written by Anthony Mazzucco, with additional research by Kelli Housley, and additional dialogue by Aubrey Brown. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Thanks for listening . . . and happy trails!


OUTRO: Thank you for listening to this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers Rick Taylor as Dr. Denny Constantine, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched and written by Rick Taylor and Aubrey Brown. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Join us for our next episode, coming soon! Thanks for listening. See ya next time . . . and happy trails!


OUTRO: Thank you for listening to this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers David Tise as Dwayne Davis, Anthony Mazzucco as Eugene Davis, Daniel Pawlak as Ray V. Davis, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched and written by David Tise, Kialey Day, and Aubrey Brown. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Join us for our next episode, coming soon! Thanks for listening. . . . See ya next time . . . and happy trails!


On this episode, we tackle a story of sacrifice and tell the story of two brothers of the 200th Coast Artillery as they visit Carlsbad Caverns National Park days before being shipped to the Pacific Theater of World War II.


OUTRO: We hope you enjoyed this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers Gabe Montemayor as Tom Bemis, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched and written by Sally Carttar. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown at the creative helm. Join us soon for our next episode. Thanks for listening. . . . See ya next time . . . and happy trails!


INTRO: Hello, everyone! Welcome to the final episode of Rock of Ages. Rock of Ages will take on a different form as we all adapt to the challenges of this year. This project has been made possible by the diligent work, research, time, and vocal talents of the interpretive staff at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. In this episode, we have some fun. We travel forward in time, imagining how stories about this place have been shared, and how they might continue to be shared in the future. So, for the last time, sit back, relax, and enjoy our future.


OUTRO: And for the final time, we hope you enjoyed this episode of Rock of Ages. This episode featured the voices of rangers Colin Walfield as Jim, slash, the Monster, Sally Carttar as the Actor, Abby Burlingame as the Director, and Aubrey Brown as the Narrator. This episode was researched and written by Abby Burlingame. Recording production was done by James Gunn and Anthony Mazzucco, music and audio engineering by Gabe Montemayor, with Abby Burlingame and Aubrey Brown [whispers of previous episodes begin] at the creative helm. 041b061a72


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