And fixed it up a bit. I gave it actual joints beyond the shoulder joints and the hip joints. This next part is a little technical... I noticed that the shoulder joints were connected to the upper ribcage, which is entirely incorrect, so I connected it instead to the clavicle (the collarbone, which, on these little plastic guys extends right to where the shoulder joint would be).
How did I do this miraculous thing, you might ask? All you need is a piece of cardboard, a pushpin, and wire, and scissors.
Using the cardboard as a buffer, I pushed the pin through the skeleton to make new holes, one a little above the knee joint, one a little below. I did that for the knees, shoulders, wrists, elbows, and cut the joints apart with a scissor. At this point, I filed the edges down a little with a nail file. Finally, I strung the joints together with wire, and painted the whole thing. In the pictures, the eyes look darker than they are; I mixed a middle gray so it wouldn't overwhelm the rest of it.
Here he is, chilling with Poe. Poor Poe.