5. The group’s most recognised names became Man-of-Bats (for bearing the closest resemblance to Batman), El Gaucho (for his antics to imitate The Dark Knight and his hot-headedness), and The Knight and The Squire (for their quintessentially English way of dealing with crime). 6. What happened to these Batman-inspired impersonators in all these years? Well, Gaucho is still as hot as a volcano, The Knight and The Squire retain their English roots, Musketeer has killed a man and gone slightly insane, Australian Ranger is more of a Lone Ranger now, while Legionary is a happy glutton. 7. After appearing in 1955, the group quickly became obscure – until they were revived in 2006 in the comic book titled The Island of Mister Mayhew. Chances of them having a long-running series seem slim though, given the lack of powerful villains to confront them. 8. In Scorpio Tango, Batman Inc issues 3-5, Batman travels to Argentina to recruit El Gaucho for his band of eponymous crime fighters; the Knight and the Squire also make appearances in this series. 9. While Justice League features Batman collecting a group of superheroes to fight a common enemy, just imagine what would happen if he actually realised his vision of Batmen of All Nations and created a Batman League? We know we’d be rooting for El Gaucho! What about you?
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