Coicent

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Coicent
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DVD Cover of Coicent and Five Numbers! released by Sentai Filmworks.
コイ☆セント
(Koi☆Sento)
Genre Romantic comedy, Science fiction
Original video animation
Directed by Shuhei Morita
Written byShuhei Morita
Studio Sunrise
Licensed by
ReleasedFebruary 25, 2011
Runtime26 minutes
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Coicent (コイ☆セント, Koi☆Sento) is a 2000 (copyright date) Japanese CG anime original video animation release. The OVA was written and directed by Shuhei Morita and produced by Sunrise. [1] This story takes place in 2710, when a boy named Shinichi follows a white deer and meets a strange girl. It is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks, and was released alongside another Sunrise produced OVA Five Numbers! on DVD and Blu-ray on November 22, 2011. [2]

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Plot

In 2710, a boy named Shinichi is on a school field trip to a rebuilt 21st century version of the city Nara. When he wanders from his class, he spots a talking white deer and it steals his bag. Shinichi follows the deer and sees a strange girl named Toto and falls in love with her. She is being pursued by two brothers and they try to get away from them.

Characters

Shinichi (シンイチ)
Voiced by: Kensho Ono (Japanese); Vic Mignogna (English) [1] [3]
A boy who sees the White Deer and meets Toto.
Toto (トト)
Voiced by: Minako Kotobuki (Japanese); Luci Christian (English) [1] [3]
A mysterious girl who is seen riding the White Deer. She is being chased by the two brothers.
White Deer (白いシカ, Shiroi Shika)
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi (Japanese); Matt Greenfield (English) [1]
A strange talking deer who is white in color. He leads Shinichi to Toto.
Madame President (シャチョウ, Sachou)
Voiced by: Masako Isobe(Japanese); John Gremillion (English)
The president of a large company, she hires the brothers to capture Toto.
Older Brother (アニキ, Aniki), Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (Japanese); George Manley (English)
Younger Brother (オトウト, Otouto), Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu (Japanese); Mark X. Laskowski (English)
Two brothers who were hired to capture Toto. The older brother wears a blue suit and the younger brother wears a yellow suit.

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References

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