Print version of "Nisekoi" and new editions of "DragonBall" and "Ranma 1/2" announced
Viz Media announced at Anime Expo that they've licensed action manga Deadman Wonderland, previously published in North America by Tokyopop. The manga, which was published by Kadokawa Shoten rather than Viz's parent companies, starts with the first volume February 11, 2014. Subsequent volumes will be released every other month.
Kosuke's seinen crime action Gangsta is also launching in February 2014. It will continue with quarterly releases.
You can see a bit of the author's work on Pixiv.
Other plans include a print version of Nisekoi, running digitally in Shonen Jump, starting in January.
A full color version of DragonBall will be released starting in February.
Ranma 1/2 is returning in 2-in-1 editions starting in March.
The Starting Point collection of essays by Hayao Miyazaki will be out in paperback in March. Turning Point will be released in April. The Art of Princess Mononoke will be released in May.