Kindgom/Order wordlessly follows a nameless man as he searches for meaning in his life. Through symbols and sounds, he is reminded of his part in the greater, natural world, just as he is slowly divorced from the modern world surrounding him. Mysteriously, our hero discovers he can understand the calls of the animals around him - but how much of this is real, and how much is delusion? Whatever the case, Psaltis will leave you speechless.
No one will mistake this for another Dr. Doolittle story. After reading the book, I was questioning my own sanity almost as much as I was questioning that of the main character.
— Brian Gardes, Indie Comic Review
Psaltis’ style in the comic is part Black Hole-era Charles Burns, part Tom Kaczynski’s Beta Testing the Apocalypse and utterly transfixing. [His] work on Kingdom/Order is an utterly unique and beautiful representation of how comics can be so simple and complex at once, how they’re able to communicate with such emotion and intensity but also be completely clear and understandable without the burden of written language.”
— Nick Hanover, Loser City
I immediately got behind this one because of the visuals, and I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes. This one is definitely on the strange/mystical side, and anyone who enjoys comics of that type definitely needs to check it out.
— Rob McMonigal, Panel Patter