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Sailor Lead Crow has the same appearance as she does in the manga and anime.
Sailor Lead Crow appeared in the musicals Starlights - Ryuusei Densetsu and its revision, Kakyuu-Ouhi Kourin - The Second Stage Final, and the 2003 Summer and 2004 Winter Specials, respectively. Along with her fellow minions of Galaxia, she posed as a member of the Dancing Animamates, an "International Dancing Team." She went by the name "Manila Karasu," and was the group's choreographer. This was something of an in-joke, as Lead Crow's actress, Ado Endou, choreographed those two musicals.
In these musicals she led Sailor Iron Mouse, Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon, and in the second musical, Sailor Aluminum Siren. She wished to become a true Sailor Senshi and was promised by Galaxia that she would become one if she succeeded in the Animamates' mission to kill Sailor Moon and Sailor Saturn. She spoke of a homeland that she said she could never return to and during the climax of the musicals, she, along with Galaxia and the other Animamates, gained Chaos' power. She was eventually purified by Sailor Moon.
- In Stars musicals that Sailor Lead Crow wasn't in, she was replaced with Sailor Pewter Fox who shared a similar leadership role.