Well, in chess piece form. Yes, it's the fantastic little Cassandra Cain as Black Bat chess pawn we've talked about before. You know, in the imaginary conversation between this blog writer and you, the blog reader. Bleeding Cool adds another voice to the pro-Cass din and clamor that even now grows from... oh... twenty people to almost thirty. What I like about the Bleeding Cool article is how they point out what a great costume she has as Black Bat.
I'd suggest a couple of changes-- ditch the claw-fingers and pull that hair back into a more practical bun to keep it out of her eyes (she's a fighter, for crying out loud and would be very pragmatic about such things)-- but I have to agree. Wonderful costume design. Simple and dramatic. You can hardly go wrong with basic black and the white hand wraps are a nice contrasting visual element it would be fun to draw as blurs when Cass unloads on some poor thug or villain or super-miscreant. I like to draw Batgirl Cass mask-less, so a costume with an actual face is a plus as far as I'm concerned.