Continuity from SuperFriends Comic Book
All the SuperFriends spoke it so they could understand the language of visiting and/or invading extraterrestrials.
- The first reference to Interlac was from writer Jim Shooter in Adventure Comics, vol. 1 #379 (March, 1969).
- At its initial inception it was known as the intergalactic universal language of the 30th century for the United Planets.
- The Interlac alphabet was codified years later by writer Paul Levitz and artist Keith Giffen in Legion of Super-Heroes, vol. 2 #312 (June 1984).
- SuperFriends Comic Book (1976-81):
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