Marcus Jennings wakes from his cryogenic state, and into a post-apocalyptic future. Alone, naked, and with no memory of who he is; he sets out in search of answers, or maybe just a warm bed to rest in. What he encounters is a cruel, savage world of impoverished towns, starving people and a few power hoarders determined to keep it that way.
What Marcus does not know is there is a bounty on his head, the sum of which is to be paid by an unknown individual with great interest in ensuring Marcus does not see the light of day ever again: Marcus' existence is an accident, one that has to be corrected to protect the people.
While he roams the barren wasteland that is now his home world, he happens upon a nomadic warrior named Dias. Marcus becomes quick partners with him, as Dias promises to take him to an old sage who can restore his memories for him. Is Dias really a friend to be trusted, or just one of the few out to collect on the contract?
Well, this is a hook but it's not very compelling because the only stakes are whether the Naked Guy lives or dies. And of course we have a recruit for the Nameless Faceless Evil chorus kick line: the Rougettes of Rock Center.
Tell us why it matters that he live or die.