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What's next for MuppetWriter's Fanfics?

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by muppetwriter, Jul 1, 2006.



    you're tried Muppetwriter! You're the best fanfiction writer! Don't worry be happy!

    "I like you just the way you are!" Fred Rogers!
  2. BeakerSqueedom

    BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    : ) Glad to hear, Muppetwriter.
  3. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Message from muppetwriter.

    Originally by MW:
    My Muppet Central Friends,

    I would like to address the issue of why exactly I ended "The MARVELOUS Muppets" series before its originally scheduled end of August 2011.

    The series, in my honest opinion as its creator, was starting to take a nose-dive. The storylines that I had intended on writing for the next stories, from
    the "Iron Man" story onward, were not so much as readable content. What I mean by this is that they were confusing, questionable, and leading to something
    that would be just as stupid as my revelation of Scrappy-Doo being the main villain of "The Superman at the End of this Story".

    When I started "The MARVELOUS Muppets", I was sure it would be a fun, simple series to write as well as read. Now it's become an array of complex storylines
    (it started becoming that way when I first revealed that Tony Stark--a.k.a. Iron Man--was Scooter's "father") and I believe I've lost my original audience
    at the same time I gain new ones (at first Beauregard, TogetherAgain, and theprawncracker were my only readers, but now it's The Count, BeakerSqueedom,
    JeanyLaser, and redBooberGurl--not that I don't mind you guys as my audience, you're all wonderful).

    I want things to go back to the way they originally were. So what I'm going to start doing with "Sesame, DC" (the one fan fiction series that I still have
    a chance with, since it's still fairly new) is carefully plan my upcoming stories rather than improvising like I was with "The MARVELOUS Muppets". I'm
    going to have them require less knowledge on characters of DC Comics and more on characters from Sesame Street.

    Same goes for MySpace friends (who I'm limiting for this series to just the Brown sisters--Alissa, Larissa, and Teressa--who have all become great assets
    to my creativity). Their characters' stories won't require you to know too much about the real-life people they're based on, because how I write them is
    a mixture of non-fiction and fiction (more of the latter, of course).

    When I go back and read stories like "The Superman at the End of this Story" and "The Gotham Grouchfest", I remembered how simple and free it was writing
    those stories (much like how I wrote the first "MARVELOUS Muppets" tale, "The Amazing"). That's how I want to be when I start on the upcoming second Batman/Sesame
    Street story, "Nights of the Knights" (yes, I'm ACTUALLY going to write it now). And it's going to be original and not just a carbon copy of the movie
    (I did some research and found out that about forty percent of "The Amazing" was a copy of the first Spider-Man film--which is the percentage I want to
    go for on the "Dark Knight" story).

    So I guess you can say I'm starting from scratch. All part of my plan to get myself back to the way you all remember me from the moment I first posted back
    in 2005. I barely even recognize myself since then--I admit that I've changed so much, becoming a bit lazy and commercializing my stories with a lame RPG
    (which you can all stop playing, by the way).

    I'll be back soon enough, MC. ;)

    Sean (a.k.a. Muppet Writer)
  4. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    "Originally from MW: Coming toMuppet Central sometime this year, a new project written by yours truly. For now, check out this special trailer created for MC to view. Others will come soon."



    Thanks for the info! I love the Rescue Rangers teaming up with the muppets!
  6. BeakerSqueedom

    BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    Makes me wonder why he won't post these updates himself.
    Sounds exciting.
  7. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Yeah... Kinda wonder that too meself Claudia. :smirk:
  8. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Active Member

  9. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Active Member

    Here are the synopses for the two "Stranger Than..." stories that I have planned:

    "Spaaaaaace...The Final Frontier"​

    The crew of the infamous Swinetrek have been upgraded to a bigger, better ship...only after they made a "pigsty" of the old one. Their new ship: codenamed "The Enterprise". Their new mission: to explore strange new worlds and new civilizations for five (more) years. Their goal: to boldly go where no pig has gone before. The crew's adventure will take them to a world of element-benders (Avatar: The Last Airbender) and encounter a crew of fugitives (Farscape). It's only a matter of time before this "brave" crew cracks under the heavy pressure of space.

    "Indiana Frog and the Ancient Mystery"​

    The detectives of the ACME Detective Agency (Scooter, Zack, Ivy, and Bean Bunny) uncover a plot by Carmen Sandiego to steal four relics that defined the legendary career of Kermit "Indiana" Frog. With the use of the Chronoskimmer (their key to time), they must pursue Carmen and stop her from altering history before it's too late. Meanwhile, Indiana Frog has his own troubles as his worst enemies (Doc Hopper, Nicky Holiday, and Rachel Bitterman) are working together to beat him to the punch in any way possible. Who will come out on top in what will be the greatest adventure ever told?

    "The Ancient Mystery" arrives May 20th, while "Spaaaaace...The Final Frontier" comes later this year.


    that's awesome Muppetwriter!
  11. GelflingGirl92

    GelflingGirl92 New Member

    Can't wait ,...they sound fun! :excited:
  12. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Active Member

    Even though "The MARVELOUS Muppets" has come to an end, the series is still very much alive--only within a different continuity--in this fan fiction series that I'm writing for another forum.

    This is how I'm revitalizing the series in a whole new way, with new storylines and new characters (some are just returning, such as my Daily Bugle counterpart, Sean Thomas). The only difference being that the Power Rangers (ones from all sixteen incarnations or seasons) are the main focus of the series (hence the title).

    Some of the elements I used in "The MARVELOUS Muppets" are still there, including references to past stories. The Muppets even make cameos in the form of pop culture references (i.e. television, movies, toys, etc.), but they don't ACTUALLY appear in the series.

    The series works like this: each story includes a team-up between different Power Ranger teams & different Marvel superheroes. For example, my first story is a team-up between the Power Rangers of Operation Overdrive and Iron Man (it's called "The Invincible"--the original title for what was going to be the Iron Man/Muppets crossover).

    So if you might not see many updates from me for quite some time over the summer, it's only because I'll be busy working on stories to include into this new fan fiction series for another forum. I can link anyone to what I've written so far. Just let me know if you want to do so.:)


    Yes! Please and i love it!
  14. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Active Member

    Once again I owe The Count a big thanks for not deleting the thread for a story that I had no doubt in my mind I'd be coming back to, because it looks like I am after all. :)

    Yes, I'm going back to work on "Who Ya Gonna Call?", but there are going to be a lot of heavy changes made on it, most of which will take me at least most of the summer, seeing as how I have tons of other stories planned around then for this and other forums. I should have them all made by October of this year (just in time for that highly anticipated video game to come out).

    I'll have a special trailer made for the new version of the "Stranger Than..." tale during the summer to give everyone an idea of what it's going to be like. As far as I can tell, it looks to me like another Muppets/Disney collaboration (much like "World of Disney" will be).

    Check with you all later.:D
  15. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Active Member

    Well, as you all might know, today marks the day in which the new Iron Man movie (starring none other than Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark) hits theaters everywhere. Some of you might have already seen the early showings that started at 8:00 yesterday evening.

    I have one cool treat that I'd like to give you all on this special day for the invincible Marvel superhero. It's for my fan fiction series on the Power Rangers Discussion Forum known as Henshin Talk.

    You all can read my "new" Iron Man/Power Rangers crossover here.
  16. Muppetfan44

    Muppetfan44 Active Member

    Trailer was amazing!

    The indiana frog trailer on youtube is absolutely amazing! Definitely one of my favorite videos I have seen! Can't wait for the story, it sounds like it's going to be amazing!

    Keep up the good work!

  17. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Heh... That video's from the special The Muppets at Walt Disney World. Check with some of the tape traders like KermiClown if you're interested in getting a copy.
    Sean... Isn't Iron Man scheduled for release on Wednesday the 7th of May? At any rate, if I get the chance I'll check it out. Incredibly busy with finals and other projects.

    Good to hear from you and see you're posting again buddy.
  18. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Active Member

    Thanks, Muppetfan.:) It's going to be coming to the forum on May 20th, just in time for The Muppet Show: Season 3 DVD and two days before Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

    Some interesting bit of news I have for that story, even though it co-stars the characters from Where On Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? it will also feature cameos from characters out of Kim Possible and Jackie Chan Adventures.


    Where have you been, Count? Haha!:p

    The movie came out today (special showings were last night @ 8:00). As soon as you get through with finals (I'll be through with them after tonight), get to the theater and see this movie! They're saying it's really fun!;)


    Another bit of news I have for this evening:

    "Casting" has already begun for another new team of Ghostbusters for the revised version of the Stranger Than Muppet Fan Fiction story, "Who Ya Gonna Call?" Most of everyone I have found to be the counterparts of the main four Ghostbusters are fans of the movie, unlike before when it was just those that were interested in being in the story. I'm also straying away from the "all female" idea.

    So far I've gotten MySpace friends Donna Kymberleigh and J.G. to be my new counterparts for Peter Venkman and Ray Stantz. I've decided to be the counterpart for Egon Spengler. I'm still looking for a good Winston Zeddemore, and as soon as I find one, I'll inform everybody of who he/she is.

    My new approach for the story is using the actual characters' last names and replacing their first ones with ours (ex. Donna will be referred to as "Dr. Donna Venkman" in the story). This way, there's still some familarity with Ivan Reitman's movie.

    Another thing I'm doing with the storyline is setting up competition amongst different ghost hunters. I'm even going as far as having different stories told through different points of view, since it'll be posted on more than one forum (ex. For Muppet Central, the story will be told from the point of view of the Muppets, while on a Disney forum, the point of view will be from classic Disney characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck).

    I'm still intending on the story to be posted by October (hopefully this Halloween), in order to give myself some time to work with the other stories I have planned for the summer, like the Sesame Street/Dark Knight crossover and the Indiana Jones/Muppets one.
  19. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Heh... Honestly thought the movie was to be released this next Wednesday, but I understand the execs wanting to give ol' shellhead his own weekend in a marvelous movie-filled month of May.

    Aw... Rather liked the all-female team, Jessica Lauren most of all. Will wait for the revamped edition and see how it fares.

    LMK if you need help with anything Sean... Though I have exciting Muppet projects of my own, and hope to have everything on the academic front resolved by then as well.

    Good night to all you true Mup-believers!


    that's great news i can't wait to read it!

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