Batman: Streets of Gotham #5 (December 2009), cover art by Dustin Nguyen
She's a good Catholic girl. That is, a good comic book Catholic girl. Ah, yes, comic books: the place where Catholic girls look like this:
The Ride: Die Valkyrie #1 (June 2007), cover art by Jason Pearson
Here's what I don't get about Huntress...
Panel portion from Batman: Streets of Gotham #5 (December 2009), script by Chris Yost, pencils by Dustin Nguyen, inks by Derek Fridolfs, colors by John Kalisz, letters by Sal Cipriano
...why would someone who early in her career took a freakin' gunshot to the stomach...
Panels from Batman Chronicles #1 (July 1995), script by Chuck Dixon, pencils by Lee Weeks, inks by Bill Sienkiewicz, colors by Gregory Wright, letters by Ken Lopez
...and survived because of Kevlar armor...
...later wear a a costume that exposes her stomach? Huh? Huh? That's what I don't get.
Even Batgirl doesn't get it, and she can't even see or breathe out of her costume. Disclaimer: dissing of the totally awesome Cassandra Cain Batgirl done purely for humorous effect.
Panels from Batman: Battle for the Cowl: The Network one-shot (July 2009), script by Fabian Nicieza, pencils by Don Kramer and Jim Calafiore, inks by Mark McKenna, colors by Jonathan D. Smith, letters by Steve Wands
Still, at least Huntress can protect her soft underbelly with a sound effect.
And at least now she has higher, leg-covering boots, which would have come in handy with her old uniform:
Still wouldn't you think that Huntress could use a helmet?
There's what I don't get.