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* ''Manga/BokuraGaIta''

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* ''Manga/BokuraGaIta''''Manga/WeWereThere''


* ''Manga/{{Beastars{{'' has four different ending themes which it switches between depending on the themes of the episode.

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* ''Manga/{{Beastars{{'' ''Manga/{{Beastars}}'' has four different ending themes which it switches between depending on the themes of the episode.


* ''Manga/Beastars'' has four different ending themes which it switches between, depending on the themes of the episode.

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* ''Manga/Beastars'' ''Manga/{{Beastars{{'' has four different ending themes which it switches between, between depending on the themes of the episode.

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* ''Manga/Beastars'' has four different ending themes which it switches between, depending on the themes of the episode.


* If variations count, ''LightNovel/{{Akikan}}'' has a [[RearrangeTheSong different arrangement]] of the ED every time, sometimes with guest singers. Last episode went to [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune]]. In a case of Administrivia/TropesAreTools, this might have been what made the studio [[OffModel skimp on the animation budget]].

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* If variations count, ''LightNovel/{{Akikan}}'' has a [[RearrangeTheSong different arrangement]] of the ED every time, sometimes with guest singers. Last episode went to [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune]]. Music/HatsuneMiku. In a case of Administrivia/TropesAreTools, this might have been what made the studio [[OffModel skimp on the animation budget]].budget]].
* Each episode of ''Manga/AkumaNoRiddle'' ends with the ImageSong of one of the members of Class Black.



* ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}} and it sequels have various openings depending of the heroine of the arc (since she is the one who sings the opening), while the endings tend to be the same for all the anime, with some variations in the sequence from time to time, the only exeception being Monogatari Series: Second Season, who has three endings through it's run. There are also Nekomonogatari: Kuro, Hanamonogatari and Tsukimonogatari, who only have one opening/ending due being TV specials centered in one arc instead of various.

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* ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}} ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' and it sequels have various openings depending of the heroine of the arc (since she is the one who sings the opening), while the endings tend to be the same for all the anime, with some variations in the sequence from time to time, the only exeception being Monogatari Series: Second Season, who has three endings through it's run. There are also Nekomonogatari: Kuro, Hanamonogatari and Tsukimonogatari, who only have one opening/ending due being TV specials centered in one arc instead of various.



* ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' changes the ending theme every episode, with each theme being different songs from the games.



* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolOfTheDead''

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* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolOfTheDead''''Manga/HighSchoolOfTheDead''



* ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' changes the ending theme every episode, with each theme being different songs from the games.

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* ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' changes the ending theme every episode, with ''Anime/ToukenRanbuHanamaru'' features {{Character Song}}s sung by each theme being different songs from the games.episode's focus swords.



* Each episode of ''Manga/AkumaNoRiddle'' ends with the ImageSong of one of the members of Class Black.

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* Each episode of ''Manga/AkumaNoRiddle'' ends with the ImageSong of one of the members of Class Black.



* If variations count, ''LightNovel/{{Akikan}}'' has a [[RearrangeTheSong different arrangement]] of the ED every time, sometimes with guest singers. Last episode went to [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune]]. In a case of TropesAreNotGood, this might have been what made the studio [[OffModel skimp on the animation budget]].

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* If variations count, ''LightNovel/{{Akikan}}'' has a [[RearrangeTheSong different arrangement]] of the ED every time, sometimes with guest singers. Last episode went to [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune]]. In a case of TropesAreNotGood, Administrivia/TropesAreTools, this might have been what made the studio [[OffModel skimp on the animation budget]].


* ''Anime/AxisPowersHetalia''ís ending theme is usually a tune (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") sung by Italy, the main character, but at times variants of the song are sung by a different character instead, with the animation changing to fit.

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* ''Anime/AxisPowersHetalia''ís ending theme is usually a tune (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") sung by Italy, the main character, but at times variants of the song are character. But after certain episodes in certain seasons, a variant sung by a different character is played instead, with the animation changing to fit.


* ''Anime/AxisPowersHetalia'' uses various characters' variations of one type of melody (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") as their ending tunes, with the character chosen usually being the one featured in the episode.

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* ''Anime/AxisPowersHetalia'' uses various characters' variations of one type of melody ''Anime/AxisPowersHetalia''ís ending theme is usually a tune (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") as their ending tunes, with sung by Italy, the main character, but at times variants of the song are sung by a different character chosen usually being instead, with the one featured in the episode.animation changing to fit.


* Anime/AxisPowersHetalia uses various characters' variations of one type of melody (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") as their ending tunes, with the character chosen usually being the one featured in the episode.

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* Anime/AxisPowersHetalia ''Anime/AxisPowersHetalia'' uses various characters' variations of one type of melody (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") as their ending tunes, with the character chosen usually being the one featured in the episode.

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* Anime/AxisPowersHetalia uses various characters' variations of one type of melody (e.g. "Marukaite Chikyuu") as their ending tunes, with the character chosen usually being the one featured in the episode.


* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' apparently has more than 30 different versions of [[Music/FrankSinatra Fly Me To The Moon]].

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* The 26-episode ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' apparently has more than 30 from 14 to 26 different versions of [[Music/FrankSinatra Fly Me To the ending, depending on which edition of the series you're watching, all taken from 5 to 7 arrangements of ''Fly me to the moon''.
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The Moon]].series as shown on TV originally had 14 different versions.
** The Japanese video release of the series changed extensively episodes 21-24, so the 65-second credits had to be extended to 95 seconds to fit the additional credits, giving us four new versions (making 17 in total).
** The 2005 "Renewal" DVD release modified some of the versions, and used some other versions of ''Fly me to the moon'' recorded in connection with ''Evangelion'' so as to end up with 28 different versions of the ending theme (24 for episodes 21-24 as were originally aired, or 26 for the video version of those episodes). The 2015 Blu-ray release then made the ending to episodes 21-24 as originally aired a 65-second version of the ending of the video cut of those episodes, having a version per episode no matter which version of those episodes you choose.


* ''Manga/ReLIFE''

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* ''Manga/ReLIFE''The ''Manga/{{ReLIFE}}'' anime featured a different ending theme for each episode.


* ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}} / Nisemonogatari''

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* ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}} / Nisemonogatari''and it sequels have various openings depending of the heroine of the arc (since she is the one who sings the opening), while the endings tend to be the same for all the anime, with some variations in the sequence from time to time, the only exeception being Monogatari Series: Second Season, who has three endings through it's run. There are also Nekomonogatari: Kuro, Hanamonogatari and Tsukimonogatari, who only have one opening/ending due being TV specials centered in one arc instead of various.


* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' apparently has more than 30 different versions of [[FrankSinatra Fly Me To The Moon]].

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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' apparently has more than 30 different versions of [[FrankSinatra [[Music/FrankSinatra Fly Me To The Moon]].

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* ''Classicaloid'' has a different ending theme for each episode, usually a full length version of whatever "Musik" song was used in the episode.

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