Ready to break the record of the biggest amount of scream energy collected, the monsters James P. “Sulley” Sullivan and his partner Mike Wazowski, pose happily with the sweet and cute Mary Gibbs, better known as Boo, a curious and innocent 2-years-old human girl, disguised with a homemade monster costume, that doesn’t appear to be afraid of the duo and with whom she created strong emotional bonds. Over a base that reminds the metallic industrial floor of Monsters, Inc. next to an energy cable, Iron Studios present their diorama statue "Monsters Inc Diorama - Disney Classics 100 Years - Art Scale 1/10", with the main protagonist trio, from another memorable and praised animation feature film by Disney Pixar Animation Studios. Another great box-office success expanding the line of statues that celebrate the 100 Years of Disney by Iron Studios.
Iron Studios will also release the statue in the Deluxe version "Monsters Inc Diorama - Disney Classics 100 Years – Deluxe Art Scale 1/10", with the trio in a diorama next to the complex system of scream extractor machines, in front of an interdimensional closet door that leads to Boo’s bedroom, with their treacherous rival Randall Boggs on the back. And the extremely limited statue "Monsters Inc Diorama 100th - Disney Classics 100 Years – Art Scale 1/10", with the exclusive silver base incredibly decorated, and a front plate to celebrate the 100 Years of Disney, another special item for fans and collectors to commemorate and mark this centenary, limited to only 100 units.
In a different dimension, in a world inhabited by monsters, the big city of Monstropolis has as main energy source the screams of human children. In the Monsters, Inc. power company, the most skilled monsters are employed as scarers. Through portals that connect their world to the closet doors of children, they adventure themselves to the human world to collect their screams via a mechanical system. Sulley, a big blue-fur monster, and his cyclopean and spherical partner Mike, are among the main workers in this organization, and their rival Randall Boggs, a lizard- chameleon monster plans to revolutionize the fear industry by kidnapping human children. One night after work, Sulley discovers that someone left a door opened, and while he inspects it, a small girl passes by the portal in her closet and enters the factory. Before being able to return the girl to her room, the villain Randall sends her door back to the warehouse. Since the world of monsters believe that children are toxic, Sulley and Mike must return the girl they have named Boo home before anyone finds her out. Released in 2001, Monsters, Inc. was the fourth feature film produced by Pixar Animation Studios, and its prequel, Monsters University, released in 2013, set in Mike and Sulley college years, tells the story of how they both became friends and got their jobs.