When it comes to articulation, Geldor has the same basic setup as pretty much every other MOTU Classics figure. One cool thing is that the kneepads on his boots are sculpted to the upper thigh, so the figure is still able to keep the thigh swivel joint.
Geldor comes with two accessories. First is his axe. It has a really basic design that matches its appearance in the mini-comic, but I was a bit put-off by its simplicity at first. It looks especially plain when compared to He-Man, Vikor, and Vykron’s. But after learning more about his character and what a bastard he is, I think it’s actually really fitting. Geldor doesn’t care about fancy designs, he just needs a giant meat cleaver to cut down his enemies. That’s exactly what he got.
Geldor’s other accessory is the Liquid of Life in a small cup. It’s just a simple piece of translucent plastic that looks like it has clear liquid in it, but it’s definitely a nice touch. One more relic for the collection!
I am still disappointed we didn’t get Illumina, but that’s not Geldor’s fault and the figure doesn’t suffer for it. He has a great head sculpt, comes with more new pieces than I expected, and even two accessories. Geldor is probably one of the more no-nonsense evil villains in the MOTU, and I’m pretty happy to add him to my shelf.