Says so in the product description: “This figure boasts multiple points of articulation.” “Multiple” only has to mean more than one, of course. Aside from the elbows, I don’t see where this figure can move. But his right arm does pop off, replaceable with an alternate depending on which weapon you want to have him holding.
It’s a better forced-pose than the Daryl Dixon 10-incher that has him pointing the bow downward, anyway. But if McFarlane Toys is going back to less articulation and more detail, I wanna see more old-school dioramas of these guys killing walkers…or people.