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The Kryptonian language is a constructed language spoken on Krypton, the native planet of Superman. The Kryptonian alphabet used in the movie Man of Steel differs from the one previously used in the DC comics and the TV series Smallville. The glyphs depicting digits are based on the same shape that is rotated and/or distorted from one glyph to the other. They have been designed by the graphic designer Kirsten Franson, while the new Kryptonian language is currently developed by Christine Schreyer, assistant professor of anthropology at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan. Other drafts of Kryptonian have been used through the years, like the Kryptonese, a set of squiggles representing letters or syllables in the Superman comics of the seventies, later on collected together by E. Nelson Bridwell into a 118 letters syllabary, and the non official Kryptonian developed by Darren Doyle, a linguist from UT Austin, with its own grammar.
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