Fallowing his first voyage, Sinbad sailed once again to a deserted island, filled with enormous creatures, including Sinbad's first encounter with the Roc, a giant two headed bird of prey capable of eating elephants. At the island, the Roc fed on giant snakes, which guarded the island's jeweled surface. Chasing away the mighty Roc, Sinbad journeys to the Roc nest to take gems that stuck to the meat that was fed to younger Rocs.
Similarities with The Seventh Voyage of SinbadEdit
Sinbad's Second Voyage has various similar aspects to the 1958 film The Seventh Voyage of SInbad, where Sinbad also duels the two headed bird.