| Marvel Comics|
Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
| Stan Lee
Fin Fang Four
Fin Fang Foom
| Superhuman strength and durability
Ability to shrink matter|
Tales of Suspense #17 (May 1961).
Goom, Gorgilla, Elektro, Fin Fang Foom, Tim Boo Ba
Googam is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is the son of Goom.
Googam first appeared in Tales of Suspense vol. 1, #17 (May 1961) and was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.
Googam was originally an 8 ft (2.4 m) humanoid alien from the planet "X", and was brought to Earth by his father, Goom. When Goom invades Earth, he hides the still developing Googam in a cave, where he is later discovered by a young boy. Googam follows the boy back to his house, and to prevent the destruction of the family home the boy challenges Googam to a game of tag. The boy leads Googam into a pit of quicksand, where he then apparently drowns.
Googam survives and is deposited on Monster Isle by the Fantastic Four. Following the lead of fellow monster Fin Fang Foom, Googam enters a rehabilitation program, which involves him being shrunken down to human size and hypnotically stripped of his powers so as to allow him to enter human society. Googam takes up a job as a parking attendant in the Baxter Building, but is later tricked by the microscopic alien conqueror Tim Boo Baa into using the scientific equipment of Mr. Fantastic to enlarge him (Tim Boo Baa pretends to be Googam's father, Goom). Tim Boo Baa's size increases to giant proportions until he is finally defeated by Googam, Fin Fang Foom and fellow monsters Elektro and Gorgilla, now calling themselves the "Fin Fang Four." At one point, he is a guest on the David Letterman show.
Later, Googam resigns from his job at the Baxter Building and tries his hand at script-writing. He is later considered a potential Initiative recruit; a fighter for the government, by Iron Man.
During the Monsters Unleashed storyline, Googam is among the monsters that are shown falling out of the sky near San Diego.
Googam has increased strength, telekinesis, and the ability to affect the size of others.