Gwildor does not have the standard articulation. He has less articulation than a standard figure. Like other small figures his articulation is a bit limited, but unlike the smaller ones (like's Kowl) his articulation it's closer to a female figures. Give or take a few POA. Don't expect posing him in badass kung fu poses.
For a more detailed rundown on the Articulation keep on reading:
Head on a Balljoint like most MOTUC Figures.
Thighs. (Only forwards and backwards, no thigh cut articulation for thigh rotation)
Paint and Sculpt:
Here is where the Horsemen outdid themselves! Just luke Blade, Gwildor looks as close to the movie look as possible without having the actual rights to the movie looks.
The paintjob is very detailed and he can make plainer characters, like Madame Razz look like they're not from the same line. There is a small part of me that believes in this buck with new arms and legs could be reused for Cursed Marzo.
He comes with his movie staff and a toy inspired repaint of the cosmic key we saw with Hamburglar He-Man.
|I need some SEX on my wrist!!|
Gwildor gets a 4.17 as his final score, which is OK for a little guy that is a bit too expensive. I understand that his sculpt and paintjob ate up some of the budget, but the big ass Ram Man box looks like it wasted a lot of cardboard and plastic for him. For $35 we should have gotten a bit more. Can't say that $35 if reasonable when we had King Hiss, Mantenna, Mermista, Dactus and other figures sold at Standard Figure cost and came super packed!He simply FEELS a little bit like a rip-off. A cool looking Rip-off, but you get the idea.