In Disney+'s The Mandalorian, each episode ends with concept arts during the ending song. I don't know if this is a new film technique or not, but I've seen in first in RWBY and now in The Mandalorian. Where did it originate from?

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    ........................"RWBY"? – Jason P Sallinger Dec 9 '19 at 22:19
  • I think it's this, pronounced ruby. – Prometheus Dec 14 '19 at 19:01
  • Is this question regarding shows only, or films as well? The title and the body don't seem to agree. – Raj Dec 18 '19 at 15:44
  • @raj Really depends on the answer. I say shows because so far I only know of shows that consistently do this, but it's entirely possible that a movie started this trend so I am being purposefully ambiguous. – Jokevin Dec 20 '19 at 12:30

Pixar, and later Disney, have used end credits to display alternate art and/ or storyboards. The first film I can find that does this is WALL-E, although in that film the end credits continue the story rather than retelling it.

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