The Monsters Inc. toyline from Hasbro was pretty funky, so seeing Sulley as a vinyl collectible figure feels a little bit more "right." "Super Scare Sulley" was one of the most hilariously bad toys of his day, and this was an era where you could go to Kay-Bee toys and buy a huge, ridiculous vibrating space monkey named Cpl. Bananas. This little figure looks futuristic, retro, and reasonable all at once-- plus it's about 4-inches tall, which is nice and handy for storing.
The figure has a jointed head, but due to its limited nature of 480 pieces you probably won't want to mess with it too much. The flocking was a little "dented" by the insert, but it still looks great and has a lot of color to it-- note purple spots on his back and grey ridges on his back, plus the horns on his head. Funko nailed the body, but their house style removes a lot of his most expressive elements as the toy has no mouth and tiny little eyes. It's unfortunate, as Sulley had a warm, inviting, Muppets-esque look on his face that isn't quite as captured by the house style of Sanrio.
Disney Stores have a more common (read: cheaper) version of the figure without flocking, and given your proximity to those stores and the regular figure's edition size, I'd suggest getting that. Since this was the first version of the figure I saw, it's the one I went after-- and I dig it. It's really cool, and I can't imagine your not enjoying it. Still, it is a flocked piece and a very low run so keep away greasy fingers and if you're at all anal about keeping stuff nice, this could drive you insane.
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