Can this compound be created? Where the orange is Iron and the black is Carbon.
Short answer: No
Long answer: Assuming you had hands tiny enough to manipulate individual atoms, you could make this molecule. The amount of time it would stay together would be as close to 0 as it gets. To start iron can't accommodate that amount of electrons, and the formal charges of this molecule are extreme to say the least.
that molecule is not stable. There exists (L)xFe=C(R1)(R2) carben complexes and (L)xRu=C=C=C=C=Ru(Lx) molecules, so their might exists also a (L)xRu=C=Ru(L)x or (L)xFe=C=Fe(L)x molecule in theory but at least the 3 not centered Carben-C-Atom (connected to each Iron atom) have to be stabilized.