We don't have a date set quite yet, but it'll likely be sometime in the next week or so as we usually like FanonCon to coincide closely to Comic Con.
As for how it's going to work, all that you'll need to do to take part in this is to make a thread on the Forums that'll be your "panel" where you'll get to show off future plans you have for your upcoming projects. It's literally like a written version of Comic Con for Fanon instead of actual movies and TV shows. Here is an example of what a panel usually looks like and how content is generally presented if that what you're curious about.
When I first came to this wiki among others (like Marvel and DC), I simply checked the pages of users who had stayed and contributed here the longest. The most notable ones which inspired me was Uncanny X-Factor, this wiki's admin, and probably BIONICLEToa, though the list doesn't stop there. Eventually, I thought "why not make my own as if I was a character?", and I did it by making an organized categorical list of my works, since I really loved sharing it here.
Though they're no longer consistent as they were before, I'd still do my best to write and contribute to this wiki if time allows it. That's pretty much the premise of my page, especially the introduction. By the way, there's also other profile pages which I believe are far more spectacular like Kid Marvelette's page and the names I've mentioned earlier. Anyways, Thanks for appreciating mine!
Ah that makes sense. Ever since I found your page recently, it's kind of inspired me to do the same. Kind of my own Ultron character if he had the Infinite Stones but as me. I was wondering what's your opinion on the idea?
It pretty much depends whether how often you're going to correlate and incorporate your character with the rest of your work. I mean, in my case, I simply created the One-Above-All as a way to exist in the medium of my works, kind of the way that Robbie Thompson inserted himself in Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol 1 48 as "The Manipulator." The only difference with mine is I never really thought of using my character as One-Above-All that much other than it being the creator of my multiverse. I simply chose to focus on my works more, so I never really had put much thought into inserting myself in-universe.
I mean since your concept of Ultron possesses a multiversal power using the Infinity Stones, I somewhat agree with your friend that it may not necessarily work if it were to happen in a traditional sense, but hey, it's your character. You have the right and power to make Ultron the creator of your multiverse. It's pretty much up to you on how you're going to build-up and develop the character in-universe, which is more important in order to make it work. The idea might sound crazy to some, but this is comics. It's fiction. It will only start to make sense and work out once you get to write it.
While and all it is true, I kinda got this whole idea when you self-inserted yourself as the One-Above-All. I assumed that was the idea such as myself poesseing Ultron's body infusing himself with Infinite Stones into the body. My story goes like this...
He's from an unknown reality not, known to my multiverse after experiencing an Ultron event based off from the Age of Ultron movie. He puts his mind concous into the Ultron body becoming the New Ultron: Daltron (DAltron (self inserted name)). Since he believes everything about the infinite stones, he went searching for them himself and of course leading to the point of the infinity war and fighting Thanos and beating him. Since he had control of the Infinite Stones basically control of reality, space and time. It make sense he had control to make realites since it was his own power, creating the DA Multiverse with Earth-7000, 97, 70 and N2187. He even created two more versions of himself to watch over Earth-97 and Earth-70. He is now known as Infinite Daltron.
He thinks that some entitie or god of a sorts has to get permission to be a creator of a multiverse.
That's kind of an interesting origin, though I think it would be more interesting how you're going to interact that character with the rest of your works, other than being the multiverse's creator. Just my opinion, though it's up to you on how you're gonna keep developing that character.
Well, thank you. The way I figure would be interacting with the universes is he sent two of his alternate versions of himself overseers to watch over his universes since he can't be everywhere at once. You can think of Daltron similar to Ultron Forever.
And you are right about it being in the comics. I mean, Ultron even managed to convince a child with Jochasta though I don't think it was explained but it happened.
Uncanny X-Factor, ZoomZolomonZoom and I were planning a FanonCon revival on the Wiki. If you don't already know, FanonCon is a way to promote your upcoming project(s), share ideas, and get to know your fellow community members. If you're interested, let me know in this thread, or here, where me, X and Zoom have been discussing in more detail. Thanks!
Hi MarvelousMarty. There is bad news that I need to tell you. Copeinator123 is unnecessary removing most of the information of heroes' powers and abilities like Thor, Wolverine, Hercules, Captain America, and etc in Marvel wiki. I hate the idea of Copeinator123 because he is not being reasonable and making those changes he edit worse. He doing it because of sock puppets, but if a sock puppet was editing the pages, the admins will always be there to undo or revert the edits of sock-puppets. There is NO need for Copeinator123 to takeaway all of the hard work from individual users who did their best to keep the pages strong. May you please help me?
Hi Nerdboy, my name is Uncanny X-Factor, I'm an admin here and on the Top 20 leaderboard of editors on the Marvel Fanon wiki. I follow almost all of those pages and I'm seeing no such edits in my email history, assuming you're saying these changes have occurred in the last 24 hours. If they're older, I'm willing to investigate, but what specifically is he doing when he reverts the edits? Is he taking away referenced content?
Yes. Take a closer look at the changes on Captain America's powers below. Copeinator123 who careless and cruelly is responsible for ruining Wolverine, Thor, Hercules, and Captain America pages. Don't be persuaded by the admins because they are a piece of crap that defend each other even if they are wrong. Make a disagreement statement, so the deconstruction idea of Copeinator123 is not helping.
Well, you're known for Earth-61615 and the Marvelous Multiverse, and you obviously write very cohesive stories that create for lengthy yet compelling character bios while also having a strong overarc-ing universe at the same time. My question is, what are your tips for a fan on how to create both a strong universe and strong characters where neither feels neglected or incomplete. Because, in all honesty, I've never seen anyone do it quite as well as you.
Well, at first, I was supposed to plan only making Earth-61615 my sole universe, but as time went on, I thought that retaining a grounded type of arc in a single reality didn't feel promising enough and would just me very little freedom to create more story arcs and characters without affecting its continuity, so I eventually decided it was time to expand and widen it even further by establishing my own multiverse.
In the matter regarding how I make my characters compelling, the reason I could think of is that I pretty much give importance or essence to the lore of my articles whenever I'm working on a particular character, or a universe. This may also be the reason I also tend to not immediately publish an article whenever that very character that I'm working on feels somewhat incomplete or is still lackluster and unsatisfying in my perspective, regarding a character's background, story, and all its other kinds of details. Instead, I'd rather take my time to brainstorm ideas rather than just rushing on the creation and development of a certain character and just call it a day. Character development and journey should be treated with value, and even if I would eventually kill some of them off, I should at least give them some sort of redemption arc to make their stay within continuity worth it and not wasteful. My advice on character development is that when making stories for your characters, you can maybe empathize or at least imagine the character as they live within the universe they are living in since that is what I usually do most of the time.
Moving on the last question on where how one would make such a compelling and driven universe/character, I mostly acquire inspirations from Marvel's pre-existing content, such as the now-beloved Marvel Cinematic Universe and the controversial Ultimate Universe. Sometimes, I even get inspirations from other fiction, pop culture franchises besides Marvel in order to improve their characteristics and personalities and make them just as unique and interesting from the original source material. That's all the advice I can give you in the meantime. Hope this helps.