"No, she's absolutely right," said Zeb, patting the enormous pistol at his hip. "This is a penis substitute. After all, if I could kill at a range of thirty meters with my penis, I wouldn't need to carry this thing around, now would I?"
In Death Note Mello keeps a gun down the front of his trousers. Down the front of his laced, skintight, leather trousers. Considering this is seen after giving his challenge to Near, one wonders if he's compensating for something else too...
Happens oh-so often in Gunsmith Cats. Unsurprising, given the two themes of the show are "guns" and "fanservice."
And from s-CRY-ed, who could forget: "It's thick, it's hard, and it's coming to get you!"
Despite the fact that you can see the gun tucked into his waistband in a couple of episodes, for years fans have made jokes about his "secret hiding place".
YuYu Hakusho example: Sensui's Kazuya personality's gun-arm. What he does to Yusuke with it looks ONE HELL of a lot like Prison Rape. This is lampshaded in the dub:
Kazuya ('pressing gun to Yusuke's face'): "Open your mouth, and close your eyes..."
Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro has a killer keep a ridiculously long revolver down the front of his pants. The guy is a huge parody of Eagleland attitudes, so he's not the most subtle person around.
In Gamaran there's Zenmaru's great katana, Sadanaga: he's extremely proud of its size and power, gets annoyed if anyone comments on it and he's a bit flustered by Shingo's Onidachi (a 4 meter long spear), stating that's even bigger than his sword....
In Bleach, Szayel releases his Resurreccion form by swallowing his sword.
Mayuri Kurotsuchi keeps his sword sheathe hanging between his legs.
Pesche keeps his sword in his loincloth.
In Black Cat, after smashing Train into the wall, Creed rants about how his disappointment and anger toward Train has caused his (imaginary) sword to grow enormous in strength and size. While holding a rose between his teeth, no less.
In Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, the Daigunzan is a huge robot shaped like a ship, that has a huge blade-like part attached to the groin, shaped like the front part of a ship. During the Battle For Teppelin, it rams itself into Dekabutsu's huge hammer, pointy end first, only to leave it stuck and detonate it, creating an opening for Gurren-Lagann to enter.
This is not even getting into all the drills the protagonist uses to penetrate the heavens.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica: It seems that the happier Mami is, the bigger her magical rifles become, such as during episode 3 after Madoka says the she wants to be by her side. The sandworm Witch that kills her in that very same episode embodies this trope even better.
When Kyouko has to kill Oktavia in episode 8, it seems that her chain-javelin is far bigger than usual. Her target is Sayaka.
Sayaka's lashing out by hitting a Witch to a bloody mess can be seen as venting out her sexual frustration. Because she did not get the guy.
In Berserk, Word of God mentioned in an interview that Guts' BFSs not only represent his strength and determination, but also his virility. So it's no surprise that he managed to get Casca pregnant during their first time together.
From InuYasha, the Tetsusaiga. Its normal state is a normal rusted sword, but when pulled out, it becomes larger with hair coming out of the hilt, with various energy attacks coming out of it for dealing death blows. Oh, and Inuyasha often holds it at crotch level.
On Hieronymus Bosch 's "Hell" panel of "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" a long knife can be seen with two ears on the side.
Inversion: H. R. Giger occasionally uses guns as a yonic metaphor. Google "Birth Machine" for an example.
Used hilariously for a supremely ridiculous villain in Doom Patrol, who was ridiculed all his life for having a small penis and thus built a giant cannon to attach to his crotch and called himself, what the hell, Codpiece. The horror comes in when said super villain is defeated by a transsexual heroine... who has the power to dissolve objects.
Towards the end of Preacher, Herr Starr develops the disturbing (and hilarious) habit of holding his gun over his (penisless since a dog attack) crotch and repeating "Doom cock...Doom cock..."
When Superman rescues Lana from Lex Luthor's mooks in an early Post-Crisis comic, he faces down a Mook with a huge bazooka and asks "Overcompensating for something there, fella?"
Marshal Stetko: Are you aware all your guns look like penises?
Barry Ween: Oh, yeah.
Stetko: So, it's intentional then?
Ween: Oh, yeah.
Given its premise as warfare by Fanservice, it's not surprising that one of Tank Vixens' world-building bonus comics shows off a bunch of weapons that embrace the trope wholeheartedly. Though the ones that look like they could be used in the bedroom don't appear in the main comics, the fairly ordinary-looking gauss rifle and the hip-fired BFG are seen from time to time.
Experimental montage film A Movie makes use of this trope for what's either a gag or a lampshading of the whole Phallic Weapon concept. One montage starts with a submarine captain looking through a periscope. The film then cuts to a sexy woman in bra and panties. The next clip shows the submarine firing a torpedo. Then there's a clip of an atomic bomb explosion. The sexual imagery is not subtle.
Bonnie and Clyde has a very sexually charged scene where Bonnie checks out Clyde's gun.
Batman (1989) has a Getting Crap Past the Radar example that pays off twice. First, The Joker shoots down Batman's plane with a ridiculously long gun pulled from the front of his baggy clown pants. Then, immediately afterward, he uses this gun to take the Girl of the Film hostage, and keeps it pointed at her throughout the film's long and sexually charged climax.
In From Dusk Till Dawn, the character Sex Machine has a "crotch gun," basically a codpiece with a gun on it.
It also made an appearance in the Mariachi's guitar case full of guns in Desperado, with the Mariachi commenting that it saved his life once, but we never see him use it.
Gay Perry from Kiss Kiss Bang Bang manages to kill a guy by literally shooting from the, er, hip.
Epiphany Proudfoot (Lisa Bonet) in Angel Heart is killed by gunshot. The shot in question comes from a gun stuffed into her nether regions. We thankfully don't get to see the murder, only the aftermath.
The Man with the Golden Gun is one of the more obvious examples. Scaramanga's lover explains that he only makes love to her before he kills someone with his golden gun, and one scene involves him suggestively caressing her with it as she lies naked in bed.
The opening credits to quite a few James Bond films involve the silhouettes of naked women and guns.
The poster for Dolemite has him holding a Hand Cannon at crotch height, as one of his ladies grips the barrel. It's also discharging as she's gripping it.
Spaceballs: Dark Helmet's line: "I see your Schwartz is as big as mine. Let's see how well you handle it." He says this while he and Lone Starr are holding their pseudo-lightsabers at crotch level.
In The Pirate Movie, the Pirate King is asked "Is that a knife in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?" It turns out it is a knife in his pocket, as he pulls it out and throws it into the wall beside the woman's head. However, he then demonstrates that he is also pleased to see her.
In the first dream level of Inception, Mr. Eames produces a grenade launcher from his Hammerspace, blows away a group of projections and says "You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling." Persons who do not feel that this implies "I can also do this with my penis" are hereby commended on the cleanliness of their minds.
Psycho features the infamous shower scene—the phallic-shaped knife, repeatedly stabbing Marion. Not to mention the killer having sublimated his sexual repression into murderous urges.
Rear Window 's Jeff uses a telescopic lens (obviously longer than the binoculars he was previously using) to further his voyeurism and subsequent violation of his neighbor's privacy.
In the Scream movies, the serial killer targets young women, simultaneously acting seductive towards them and trying to stab them with a knife.
There is a clip from the Swedish movie Kopps where a police officer throws his gun into the air, opens his pants, catches the gun in the open fly, then buckles his belt over the gun. He then guns down two criminals using pelvic thrusts. Then takes out the third by hacky-sacking the gun and kicking it into mook's face.
Death Wish. While at a gun range in Tuscon, Arizona, Paul Kersey mentions to his client Ames that he was a Conscientious Objector during the Korean War.
Hertz tortures a hooker by shooting up bottles in her room with his Hand Cannon, then pressing the hot barrel against her thighs, eventually reaching between her legs with it. Fortunately the hero turns up.
Used deliberately and disturbingly in Six Feet Under when a carjacker forces Dave to suck on his gun and threatens to shoot him with it before running away. In a show where Anyone Can Die, it seemed like he might pull the trigger.
In the episode "The Gun" of M*A*S*H, Frank steals a gun. Margaret also gets an orgasm when Frank shows her the gun (she then doesn't know yet that Frank has stolen the gun).
Played with in Burn Notice, where the girlfriend of the not-too-bright son of the villain of the week gets the hots for Michael.
Debbie: I ... want to see your gun. Michael: Okay, that's not my gun. Not my gun.
In Season 4 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the government implants an 'inhibitor chip' in vampire Spike that prevents him from biting anyone, a condition that's compared rather tongue-in-cheek to impotence. He's delighted when someone gives him as pistol as he can at least threaten people, but then finds the chip stops him from even aiming it. Spike's response is to demand a bigger gun.
In Season 3 of Game of Thrones, Joffrey fires his crossbow from the hip, and the camera angle clearly implies this trope. This is after he has lovingly shown and described it to his fiance, and he has already shown that he gets turned on by violence and killing. He later uses the crossbow to murder a prostitute for kicks.
In The Iron Dream, Feric Jaggar's weapon, The Great Truncheon of Held, also known as the Steel Commander, is described in unambiguously phallic terms. And then Feric Jaggar forces his new underling to kneel and kiss it.
Mitch Benn in the video for "Happy Birthday, War," as a parody of the Cher video.
Kings of Metal by Manowar. The line "We got the biggest amps, man they blast." But the whole song, as well as Manowar image in general, are an example of this, or more suitably, Not compensating for anything thrope. As those thropes are close, in case of Manowar, they complete each other.
The band Machine Gun Fellatio.
The Ludo song Go-Getter Greg: "I'm a go-getter guy with a gun on my hip, I'm just searching for that someone to be firing it."
The Toybox song 007 has "Bad girls scream when I show my gun!"
"Steady Mobbing" by Lil Wayne "Uh, Man suck my clip. Swallow my bullets and don't you spit."
George Carlin's "Rockets and Penises in the Persian Gulf" routine discussed this trope, with heavy use of the word "dick".
Mechwarrior gives us the Flea light mech, with a... rather unfortunately placed flamethrower.
Most Titans in Warhammer 40,000 tend to have sensible weapon placements, but the Imperator◊ class decided to cram one extra cannon in an undignified location. The Orks' Gargants aren't much better, and though their biggest weapons are called "belly guns," depending on the model they may protrude from fairly law on the Gargant's bulk, or even from beneath its armored skirt.
When visiting the Citadel for the first time in Mass Effect 1, the crew of the almost tiny Fragile SpeedsterNormandy is deeply impressed when passing The BattlestarDestiny Ascension, the biggest warship in the entire galaxy. Which leads pilot Joker to one of his usual moments of snarking:
Ashley: Look at the size of that ship!
Joker: Well, size isn't everything.
Ashley: Why so touchy, Joker?
Joker: I'm just saying: You have to have firepower, too!
He gets to prove it too - He and the Normandy get to deliver the killing blow to Sovereign.
A nice Renegade response from Female Shepard at Omega from Mass Effect 2:
Merc Recruiter: Well, aren't you sweet? You're in the wrong place, honey. Strippers' quarters are that way.
Shepard: [pulling out her gun] Show me yours, tough guy. I'll bet mine's bigger.
This "Mecha Dress-up" flash game gives you an achievement for building a robot with a minigun between its legs; the achievement's description is "why would you put it there?!"
Rospark from Mega Man ZX Advent, in his humanoid flower form, has a very pink phallic rod in between his legs, alongside another one jutting out of his head, that he uses to discharge electric blasts. He also has some homosexual undertones, given from how he enjoys fighting Grey and treating Ashe like she's full of cooties. Oh, and he's a rose.
Mentioned by name in the obscure first person arena-shooter XS. All of the contenders in the game are given biographies, which may include audio logs from a arena physician or the local psychologist. One of the contenders is a large Snake Person, in the sense that he has a snake's head and lower body, but a scaly humanoid torso. He favors a shotgun. The (female) psychologist actually gets upset at the excess of phallic imagery and declares him a "Freudian mess who uses his gun to spew all over the audien—" at which point she is cut off by the interviewer hurriedly turning off the microphone.
In Dead Rising 2, the psychopath Randy Tuggman wields a chainsaw that he likes to hold at crotch level and makes pelvic thrusts while revving it.
In Dead Rising 3, the psychopath Dylan Fuentes, who personifies Lust of the Seven Deadly Sins, wields a flamethrower mounted on his crotch that resembles a cock and balls.
An over-the-top feminist review of Portal uses this in a ridiculously contrived analysis regarding the misogynist implications of shooter games. It then praised Portal for it's feminist aspects, that included the portals' semblance to a vagina.
Lampshaded in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series: immediately after Joey dismisses Tea's remark on the overabundance of phallic imagery in a duel, Yami Yugi says, "Now watch as my mighty lance penetrates your moist cocoon!"
Many Japanese netizens have mocked the Xianxingzhe (or Senkousha in Japanese), China's first bipedal humanoid robot, for (among other things) having protruding joints near its crotch. Many parody videos and games of the robot have interpreted the protrusion as a powerful Wave Motion Gun called the "Chinese Cannon".
As the Death Battle between He-Man and Lion-O featured two muscular, scantily-clad men wielding huge swords, one of which extends, the phallic weapon jokes were pretty much inevitable: