Not much of an introduction needed for the comic strip. The following Silly Timmy Disaster Comics have been translated into Spanish by Ruben Gonzales, so a big THANK YOU! As always, Artwork by John A Abbott of Jot Studios and stories and montages by Justin Sharpe from edu4drrr. Sharing is free as long as original sources are attributed they are not for commercial distribution, education only! Thank you! 

However, the first comics translated into Spanish are episodes 31-52! So enjoy looking at these while others are translated and put on this page! IF they appear too small, because of page width restrictions, click on each strip and a larger version will appear!

As always, translations have been carried out by native speakers and NOT Google translate, so they should hopefully flow naturally! 

PowerPoint with originals plus translation are included below too.

Silly TImmy Episodio 31en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 32 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 33 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 34 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 35 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 36 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 37 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 38 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 39 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 40 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 41 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 42 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 43en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 44 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 45 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 46 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 47 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 48 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 49 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 50 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 51 en Español

Silly TImmy Episodio 52 en Español

And the Powerpoint file with the original comic strips and translated into Spanish: Silly_Timmy_comic_Spanish_Ep_31_52_.ppt

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