Archive for September, 2010

Romeo + Juliet: Tybalt’s Pistol

Posted in Design, Physical Object, Weapons with tags , , , on September 21, 2010 by Staff Writer

This post has been superseded by a new Tybalt Rapier 9mm blog post here.

This frame is from just after Romeo has killed Tybalt with his own gun. He then drops the pistol on the ground. From this image, we can see two holes on either side of the disassembly latch – meaning, this is Tybalt’s C-More sight pistol. The quick mounting ‘bar’ has been removed, leaving only the two screw holes behind. Also clearly visible are the markings on the slide, “Rapier 9mm.” This image has been substantially enhanced for clarity & visibility, and the color balance may be off as a result.

Tybalt's Pistol

Romeo + Juliet: Tybalt’s Gun

Posted in Design, Physical Object, Weapons with tags , , , on September 21, 2010 by Staff Writer

This post has been superseded by a new Tybalt Rapier post here.

This is a side view of one of Tybalt’s Rapier 9mm pistols. Note that this pistol is fitted with the quick-mount for the C-More sight: a short bar positioned over the disassembly latch and secured with two screws. Note also the chipped magazine baseplate. This will reappear frequently. This screen capture has been enhanced for clarity and detail.

Side View

Romeo + Juliet: Tybalt’s Rapier 9mm

Posted in Design, Physical Object, Weapons with tags , , , on September 20, 2010 by Staff Writer

This post has been superseded by a new Tybalt Rapier post.

Tybalt carries a pair of nearly identical silver-framed, gold accented Rapier 9mm pistols. Both have extended barrels and customized grips. Both have adjustable rear sights and fixed front iron sights. One Rapier is fitted for a quick-mounting C-More Railway scope.

One of Tybalt's Pistols

Romeo + Juliet: Mercutio’s Dagger 9mm

Posted in Design, Physical Object, Weapons with tags , , , on September 20, 2010 by Staff Writer

This post has been superseded by a new post here.

V for Vendetta: Police Belt Badge

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , on September 19, 2010 by Staff Writer

This larger badge is seen worn on the belts of our police inspectors.

V for Vendetta: Norsefire Lapel Pin

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , on September 19, 2010 by Staff Writer

This small lapel pin is worn by High Chancellor Sutler, by Commander Prothero (on his uniform collar, in flashbacks) and by certain other party party members (in flashbacks). It may also be worn as a tie tack or tie pin, most easily seen on the Sutler impersonator during Deitrich’s show.

V for Vendetta: Norsefire Beret Badge

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , , on September 19, 2010 by Staff Writer

This medium-sized badge or pin is seen on berets worn by the military officers, including General Ackroyd, and the ‘Sutler Youth’ in the flashback Norsefire rally scenes. This screen capture has been adjusted for greater visibility.

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