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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.

About Sinbad Translation Party

Sinbad Translation Party consists of the normal Sinbad Comic strips with the dialogue translated by the Translation Party web site, which uses Google's translation tools to translate text back and forth between Japanese and English until the text stops changing. This process usually produces translations that are wildly, hilariously, unrecognizably different from the original text.

If you are new to Sinbad Comic, we highly recommend that you read the unaltered Sinbad Comic strips first, before seeing how computerized translation tools mangle them.

Sinbad Translation Party #42: Just Tell Him To Kill Back     [ Jump To Comments ]     [ Compare With Original Version ]

Sinbad Translation Party #42
Comments  (5)
From: Nyperold
Date: Thu, 3/25/2010, 14:39:13
"Hull!" "C!" Incredible.

It is said that during the Han Dynasty, many wise men were involved in the making of mecha, attempting ever more visually intriguing designs.
From: koobaxion
Date: Sun, 3/21/2010, 13:11:22
whats with the refrences to code and urls?
Also, who's the best in my chest?
From: Historius
Date: Fri, 3/19/2010, 16:50:43
Poor Poochie. First nobody believes he's weird, and then Sinbad sneers at him while not lifting dumbbells.
From: iwpg
Date: Thu, 3/18/2010, 14:34:58
Wearing the clothes of the dead could cause infectious diseases, yes.
From: Sam
Date: Thu, 3/18/2010, 09:15:53
There you have it. Sinbad of the Seven Seas is really a very prescient 9/11 allegory.

By the way, I love the title of this one. If someone kills you, no problem -- just kill him back.
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