Scratch uses Maeve as bait to force Sinbad over to the dark side.
Sinbad (Zen Gesner) and crew are attacked by stalkers, a group of giant ants controlled by a mad scientist.
A dying woman entrusts her infant son to Sinbad with instructions to take the baby to the Balardi monks.
The only way Sinbad can free his crew from an island's evil ruler is to claim the axe of Poseidon and run a minotaur's deadly maze.
Sinbad escorts a beautiful prisoner to trial for murder, but someone does not want her to get there.
Sinbad and crew (Zen Gesner, George Buza, Tim Progosh) are held captive by a teenage boy with mental powers who is obsessed with Bryn (Mariah Shirley).
An evil game hunter kidnaps a baby gryphon to use in a sideshow, and Sinbad and crew must rescue it while fighting off the wrath of its angry mother.
Sinbad and Doubar (Zen Gesner, George Buza) must battle pirates after they are wrongly imprisoned in a castle dungeon.
In cahoots with a treasure hunter, Sinbad and crew find a lost colony where the eternally young empress believes Sinbad to be her reincarnated lover.
Sinbad and Firouz land at the city of Scroff where Firouz's former lover Velda is trying to find the cure for a plague.
Sinbad (Zen Gesner) and crew (George Buza, Mariah Shirley, Tim Progosh) help a Wiccan elder protect a mystical book from a sect of evil Druids.
Sinbad (Zen Gesner) and crew (George Buza, Mariah Shirley, Tim Progosh, Oris Erhuero) confront an alien visitor plaguing a coastal village.
Sinbad (Zen Gesner) and crew (George Buza, Mariah Shirley, Tim Progosh) help a powerful priest get his possessed daughter to a deserted island.
Sinbad (Zen Gesner) and crew must break an evil wizard's spell.
After his brother (George Buza) is bitten by a werewolf, Sinbad (Zen Gesner) must make a terrible choice in order to save Bryn (Mariah Shirley).
When Sinbad and his crew agree to save a man from slavery, they run into three Gorgon sisters with an evil pact to protect the village from outsiders.
Bakbuk the tinker sends an army of killer dolls to battle Sinbad and crew to avenge a past injustice.
Rongar reunites with his sister, the seer Zorah, to reclaim his birthright.
Unless he turns from evil, the son of a demon and a witch is damned for eternity.
To save his crew, Sinbad must retrieve the heart of a beautiful vampire.
Sinbad and Tetsu the Ronin team up to defeat mystical demons that kidnap women from an isolated village.
While searching for tempest-tossed Maeve, Sinbad finds a woman with a rainbow bracelet, like his, and no memory.
Sinbad and his crew face dangerous opposition when they are attacked by Rumina and her mystical soldiers, who are trying bring the sorceress' evil father back to life.
A beautiful treasure hunter (guest star Monika Schnarre) competes with Sinbad and Maeve (Zen Gesner, Jacqueline Collen) for possession of a magical sword.
After rescuing a group of mysterious sailors, Sinbad and his crew inadvertently join their search for Poseidon's golden trident.
Rumina jeopardizes her own survival when she chases Sinbad and the crew into ancient ruins where they're all subjected to the torture of hateful gods.
With Sinbad's help, a young woman finds her missing father, an alchemist whose primitive genetic experiments are threatening the survival of mankind.
Sinbad takes a stroll down memory lane when he helps save an old friend from a giant, man-eating monster and finds an old enemy against whom he vowed to seek revenge.
Sinbad and his former lover Talia encounter perils, including a giant spider, in a quest to free a land from the oppression of fanatical priests.
A wealthy trader asks Sinbad and his cohorts to rescue his wife from a bandit who allegedly kidnapped her.
Upon arriving at the Isle of Leopold, Sinbad and his crew encounter Vatek the Ghoul, who possesses the stolen talisman that can save the life of Princess Gaia.
Maeve and Sinbad help Dinar, a master of white magic, rebel against an innocent boy-king's greedy and power-hungry aide.
The monster Vorgon drains the life force from a village, then picks a man for its host; now it wants Sinbad.
Sinbad and his crew are mysteriously drawn to a war-torn land where they help a prince rescue his kidnapped mother.
Rongar's capture by a Bedouin slave trader sends Sinbad and friends through time portals to search for magical skulls that will free him.
The sorceress Rumina uses her black magic to assume Sinbad's identity so that she can obtain a valuable Egyptian relic Sinbad was hired to transport.
Kidnapped by a band of Norsemen, Maeve will become a human sacrifice unless Sinbad and his cohorts can survive the journey through the Forsakened Forest and rescue her.
The belligerent ruler of an island shamelessly flatters Firouz to gain access to a powerful and destructive new invention.
Sinbad (Zen Gesner) encounters an evil sorceress (Julianne Morris) when he happens upon a town where illusion mixes with reality.
An island nation will become the property of an evil warlord unless Sinbad defeats a samurai champion in a battle to the death.
Sinbad, suspicious of a mysterious sculptor's interest in Maeve, discovers that the artist's creations are not what they seem.
A sorceress captures Sinbad, who refuses her love, then he must fight to the death the man-beast Goz.
To avoid execution, Sinbad must rescue the prince's kidnapped fiancee from the clutches of an evil magician.
After two years at sea, Sinbad (Zen Gesner) returns to find Bagdad oppressed by incompetent Prince Casib (Robin Dunne) and the treacherous grand vizier.