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"鴉" the kanji literally means "Crow", as in the bird in both Chinese and Japanese. That's why when Karas disappears it leaves traces of gold feathers.
Toward the end of Karas: The Revelation, the Italian Baroque piece of classical music, Adagio in G minor for Strings and Organ (widely attributed to Tomaso Albinoni, but in actuality composed by Remo Giazotto) is played.
The Manga Entertainment cover for the English DVD of Karas: The Prophecy contains a printing error. The smaller text credits towards the bottom on the back of the slip cover are the exact same as those for Ghost in the Shell.
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