VIZ Media has announced several new manga series scheduled to release in the Fall and Winter, including Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama’s Jaco The Galactic Patrolman and a Resident Evil tie-in series.
The five-volume Resident Evil manga series will be launched in November under the VIZ Signature imprint.  The series is a prequel to the Resident Evil 6 video game (released in 2012), with story and art by Naoki Serizawa (Saru Lock, Samurai Man).  It was published as (Resident Evil) Biohazard: Marhawa Desire in Japan.  Set in Singapore, story tells the origin of the highly virulent C-virus that became a global disaster.  The series is rated 'M' for mature audiences and has an MSRP of $12.99.
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Akira Toriyama’s Jaco The Galactic Patrolman will release in January 2015.  The creator of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z returns with a quirky comedy about a retired scientist living on a deserted island so he can continue to research time travel.  Then galactic patrolman Jaco crash-lands on his island and decides to move in with him.  The debut volume will feature new, bonus Dragon Ball Z content related to the parents of Goku.  The series is rated 'T+' for older teens and has an MSRP of $9.99. 
VIZ will also release the second collection of manga volumes of One Piece in One Piece Box Set 2: Skypeia and Water 7 in November.  The set includes volumes 24-46, the third and fourth story arcs, as well as the "Strong World" mini-comic and a full-color double-sided poster.  The set is rated 'T' for teens, and has an MSRP of $185.99.
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The alien-in the-homeroom shonen action-comedy series Assassination Classroom by Yusei Matsui will launch in December.  A classroom comedy story that pits a class of students against their new teacher--who happens to be an alien octopus trying to destroy the planet, but he’s also the best teacher they’ve ever had.  The bi-monthly series is rated 'T+' for older teens and has an MSRP of $9.99.
VIZ also announced the acquisition of several other series this week (see "New VIZ Shojo in Q4" and "Naoki Urasawa's 'Master Keaton'").