"Well, I'm happy! Squint a bit, and this could be a pulp magazine cover illo (see my render above)! At eight inches tall, this vinyl sculpture of Cthulhu differs from Inspector Legrasse's copy (seized as evidence from atop a wooden post at that depraved cult's campsite in a Louisiana swamp) only in being full-colored -- green-and-black, with yellowing aged claws, hunkered down on a gray stone slab inscribed with unknown lettering -- where Legrasse's copy is uncolored stone.
There is the option to spray-paint this with gray "stone-textured" paint from a craft store, but I think I'll keep mine as is; the coloring was nicely done. Also, I could tape over, then paint over, the inconspicuous coin slot on the back, but who knows? I might let Great Cthulhu start guarding my coins someday. The vinyl is thick enough to give the statuette comfortable heft and durability during a hand-to-hand battle with cultists (in either sense of "with"), and would surely survive many years atop a wooden post at your favorite campsite... though perhaps not with coins in it there.
Bravo to Eli Livingston, who clearly sculpted this for the trufans, and to Diamond for following through with the manufacturing and paintjob quality.