This is the shocking arsenal of kitchen knives used by a teenage gang to hack a teenager to death at Victoria Station.
The horrific haul, revealed in images released by police, includes a Samurai sword, and shows one knife so long it can barely be concealed in a newspaper.
Another spans the width of the schoolbag it was hidden in after the deadly attack on 15-year-oldSofyen Belamouadden
It comes as new CCTV footage has been released showing the moment the 20-strong gang swooped on their victim, a promising young footballer.
Police issued the video reels of the moments before the stabbing of Sofyen as a leading detective in the case pointed part of the blame for the attack on violent computer games.
The 15-year-old had his life cut short at Victoria station in central London when he was chased and killed by the gang over youths.
Detective Chief Inspector John McFarlane yesterday blamed the 'blitz attack' on Facebook and Blackberry's messenger service which allowed his killers to organise themselves.
He said the teenagers had lost touch with reality because of violent computer games.
He told the Times: 'You've got people playing computer games where they're shooting and stabbing people. Where is the real world for them? There is a blurring between the real world and this false computer world.'