Q is Real and He Works for the North Koreans

No kidding, this is real-life James Bond stuff:

South Korea recently revealed three weapons captured from a North Korean agent. Two of the weapons were disguised to look like a pen. One contained a poison tipped needle. The poison used is a muscle relaxant that causes paralysis and eventually suffocation (as the lungs stop working). Another version of this poison pen fires a small bullet containing the same type of poison. A third weapon was a small flashlight that contained three bullets that could be fired one at a time. This weapon was tested by South Korean technicians and found to work perfectly.

South Korean officials did not immediately respond to questions concerning the enemy agent's rumored shoe phone.