Streets of Gotham #5 cover (and some Dustin Nguyen art)
I don't believe this cover has been posted yet:
Huntress! In Streets of Gotham! Yay!
...wearing the Jim Lee costume! Boo!
I will say this though, Dustin Nguyen manages to make the costume look not so weird. And according to his blog: "my first shot at Huntress on a cover, i've not been keeping up wiht her lately, so was given reference for the costume. i can hear fans everywhere complaining to no end already."
Hah! It's interesting that he was given this costume. Hrmm. I'm guessing this is Tony Daniel's fault? Since he wanted Huntress in that costume for her two seconds in Battle for the Cowl, that is?
At any rate, I just wanted to point out something (one of many things) that I appreciate about Nguyen's art. A quick look through his DeviantArt gallery and I think it's safe to assume that like most male comic book artists, he likes drawing women. But even when he does cheesecake, it never dehumanizes the women he's drawing. You still get a sense of who they are as characters, and even when he's doing a more cartoon-ish style, there's still a general plausibility about them (in that they still probably have room inside for internal organs and spines and all that other stuff vital to the human body).
Take, for example, this art he was apparently selling at SDCC:
It's Gotham Girls posing on dirt bikes (or whatever they are). The concept is fairly cheesecakey. And yet, you know exactly who they are, what differentiates them, and they look like could possibly exist in reality. Even their poses are somewhat fitting: you've got Catwoman looking kind of tough and indifferent, Poison Ivy is posing, perhaps a bit seductively, and Harley is just...Harley.
(My only nitpick is that I question whether Ivy would want to advertise something that promotes fossil fuels, but whatever.)
Aaaannnd here are two panels from Booster Gold #19: