The weirdest part isn't that some guy went all 'Human Centipede' with them, but that the toy company apparently put an ass-socket on them that fit the neck ball so the guy could once he wanted to, lol.
I really wish someone here would catch a clue and give us $5 skeleton toys with that kind of articulation. I guess cool toys is a perk of living in a homogeneous, high-stress society where everyone is looking for a little distraction.
My god, the ball joints! The articulated scapulae!
I'm not gonna lie, the HACKS skeleton will probably be less finicky and more fun to "play" with, but for something that originally cost less than $4USD and came out of a fucking capsule machine, this thing has a lot going for it.
I bought a full set of the Pumpkin series from the_Archivist, and ended up with a couple of the DEVGRU series skeletons, as well as one of the expansion wave capsules that came with a damaged skull, a bone-littered base, an rifle and gun-gripping hands.