Multimedia: An adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman may not be moving forward at this second, but according to DC's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, the project is still "awake." [Twitter]

Creators: Perry Bible Fellowship's Nicholas Gurewitch has released the first of his 12-part Trails of Tarnation Western series. [Robot6]

Batmanology: Is Batman a Yale alum? According to two pieces of scattered continuity, he totally is. [Vulture]

Toys: Captain Action's signature superhero costumes are back with Spider-Man and Captain America sets on the way this fall. The aesthetic look pretty Kirby-tastic. [Captain Action]

Digital: IDW's Star Trek/Ghostbusters/Transformers/G.I. Joe zombie crossover

Infestation is now available on iOS devices, with the introductory Infestation #1 priced at $0.99. [IDW]

Sculpture: Twist-ties, as it turns out, make awesome RPG figurine building materials. Select Button forum poster Ionustron has mad skills. [Boing Boing]

Gaming: Considering the plethora of sports games the Mario crew has starred in over the years, it's a little surprising that the football/baseball themed Chargin' Chuck has never made the cut. Leave it to Dorkly to reveal why. [Kotaku]

Art: Anthony "Nedroid" Clark emphasizes Wolverine's catch-phrase with... Chili? [Nedroid Tumblr]

Manga: Viz is releasing Bakuman vol. 4 on iPad devices on March 28 -- a full week before its print counterpart. Viz App users can currently download vol. 1 for free to get started on the series in the interim. [ANN]

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