Classic editor History Talk (0) Share. The Pogo Plane, so-called because of its tail-down landing/take-off attitude, was the first significant air-breathing engine designed by Reed Richards. Includes all appearances made by Pogo Plane found on Headhunter's Holosuite Wiki. Spoilers ahead. Featuring: Fantastic Four Release: September 10, 1963 Cover: December 1963 12 cents Written by: Stan Lee Drawn by: Jack Kirby Inked by: George Bell 22 pages. Lv 6. Fantastic Four’s Pogo Plane. The Pogo Plane first appeared in Fantastic Four #3 (March, 1962). This was the Fantastic Four's main way of international and space transport before the second Fantasti-Car. I'd say the very first issue---when though they don't name it--but you see it speeding away from Monster Island( even though it looks VERY different!) Created by Reed Richards. Object » Pogo Plane appears in 83 issues. 1 Caractéristiques; 2 Histoire; 3 Commentaires; Caractéristiques . Edit. This article is a stub about a vehicle. Tag: pogo plane Fantastic Four #21. The cover tells me not to dare reveal Hate-Monger’s identity. Employing new turbine blade configurations and a new titanium-alloy process, Richards increased overall engine performance to a very high weight-to-thrust ratio of 1:4,500. Favorite Answer . Created by Reed Richards. This was the Fantastic Four's main way of international and space transport before the second Fantasti-Car. Answer Save. The Fantastic Four's Pogo Plane, so-called because of its tail-down landing/take-off attitude, was the first significant air-breathing engine design of Reed Richards. Employing new turbine blade configurations and a new titanium-alloy process, Richards increased overall engine performance to a very high weight-to-thrust ratio of 1:4,500. f4fanactic. Fantastic Four's Pogo Plane. 1 decade ago. 2 Answers. What year did the Pogo Plane first appear in the Fantastic Four? The Hate-Monger! Fantastic Four/Vehicles; Marvel Universe/Vehicles; Add to article list; Pogo Plane. I fear that I am going to have to do just that. issue #3 was the first fan-tas-ticar! The Pogo Plane, so-called because of its tail-down landing/take-off attitude, was the first significant air-breathing engine designed by Reed Richards. Description. You can help Headhunter's Holosuite Wiki by expanding it. Relevance. Autres noms : The Pogo Plane (VO) Première apparition : VO : Fantastic Four (vol.1) # 3 (mars 1962, par Stan Lee & Jack Kirby) – VF : Fantask n°2 (mai 1969) Sommaire. Published by Marvel Comics.