After his encounter with the Roc, Sinbad and his crew once again set sail for sea, only for them to be captured by a giant one eyed beast, with the legs of a goat, lips of a camel, and jagged teeth of a boar and nails of a lion. This Cyclops begins to roast and eat Sinbad's crew, until he quickly takes a burning stick and jabs it into the Cyclop's eye. While Sinbad and his crew escape, the Cyclops flung huge rocks and boulders at them, killing much of Sinbad's current crew.
Similarities with The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad Edit
Sinbad's third voyage had much in common with the 1958 film, The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad, including the giant Cyclops, who Sinbad blinded and was attacked by boulders flung by the beast.