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Join Sinbad and his merry men as they embark on a dubiously-conceived quest to foil a dubiously-conceived but probably evil plot by the evil vizier Jaffar! Sinbad Comic is a screen-cap comic based on the incredible, incomparable, and inexplicable 1989 Lou Ferrigno film, Sinbad of the Seven Seas.

Sinbad Comic has a new strip every Monday and Thursday.

Episode 27: Storytellers, By Sam, 7/30/2009     [ Jump To Comments ]

Episode 27: Storytellers
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Comments  (10)
From: geneva
Date: Mon, 7/12/2010, 17:24:16
No kidding, washing out one's mouth with soap is torture :(
From: Gahalyn
Date: Sat, 10/10/2009, 21:33:43
Hahahahhahahaaaaaa. Haha.
From: blackfire
Date: Fri, 7/31/2009, 18:43:44
The remake is better than the original. Next episode, please!
From: Goosey
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 14:05:21
Nice of the mom to leave the book in the room, prominently displayed on a red blanket.
From: Nyperold
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 13:28:03
"Time to read this story the right way." ...in the original Arabic!
From: Sam
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 11:39:02
The girl's facial expressions are so limited that it's really difficult to have her actually do things in the narrative. In the second panel, her eyes are closed just because she's blinking. The other shots of her asleep are taken from the very end of the movie (curiously, just BEFORE the final scene with Sinbad, which means that at that point the book is reading itself), when she turns her head to go to asleep. It's the most her body moves in the entire movie.
From: wintermute
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 11:38:27
Despite having seen the movie several times, I never registered until now that the book they're reading is in Arabic. This makes me wonder if they're native Arabic speakers, and the comic / movie is dubbed into English, or if they're fluently bilingual...
From: ThePhan
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 10:23:22
YES! Finally, an explanation for this sudden turn of events!

"Tortured by guards is good." :-)
From: Elfred
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 09:28:49
10Kan: Yep. Their exact words: "Jaffar wants you to come to the palace....and as soon as possible."
From: 10Kan
Date: Thu, 7/30/2009, 08:47:43
I approve of the turn this story has taken.

Hey, in the movie, why did the brouhaha with the guards really start? They came to arrest the crew, right?
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