Atop a golden pedestal inside a Bigfoot hair salon, sits a baby lint ball driving a long and deadly sword down her throat. Her name is Isabella, and her only chance of freedom lies in the hands of a sleep-deprived teenager named Hank.
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Hank finds himself in this unusual predicament when a shortcut to a party lands him in an unknown world. In the process of exploring his new world, Hank succumbs to the advances of a flirtatious talking flower which sets off a chain of events that lead to Isabella’s abduction by giant lint brushes. In the aftermath of the abduction, Hank joins Isabella’s father on a journey through a rotten land of despair on an unpredictable rescue mission.
Reuniting Isabella with her family is anything but easy as Hank continues to battle the effects of insomnia that leave his body exhausted and his mind filled with self-doubt. He just needs to overcome fatigue and self-doubt while keeping his sanity intact, and Hank will be a hero. If he manages to keep his sanity intact while overcoming fatigue, self-doubt, and Bigfoot clones on acid, he can certainly become a hero. To be a hero, Hank just needs to overcome fatigue, self-doubt and Bigfoot clones on acid while keeping his sanity intact as he blindly tries to navigate through a world he never even knew existed to rescue a baby lint ball, and return her home safely. A task so simple and yet Hank makes it so difficult.