"Even when I was writing the best version [of the movie] I could with more of the darkness and nuance and the feel of Alan Moore's comic, I remember saying a summer movie is not -- I wanted to write that film because it was an opportunity for me, but this is not the way these characters should be portrayed. The perfect version of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen would have been a British BBC series with great character actors, where it doesn't rely on them being handsome or a box office draw and special effects, along the lines of Torchwood and Doctor Who. With League, it isn't so much the epic effects, it's the characters. The idea that they've come around and are trying to do a TV show doesn't surprise me. I think it's a smart move. We'll see how good it is."
-- James Robinson, who wrote the screenplay for the much-derided 2003 film adaptation of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, talking with CBR TV about recently announced plans to develop a television pilot based on the comic by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill