This one has been floating out there for a while now. Cover artist Guillem March posted this picture on his blog with the name 'Supergirl cover'. Here is the link: http://guillemmarch.blogspot.com/2013/10/supergirl.html
I don't want to sound like a prude but there is something a little unsettling with this picture of Supergirl flying at us crotch-first, her form-fitting trunks clinging to her cheeks. And this doesn't seem to look like a 17 year old girl either.
Now I know, March is a cheescake artist. But this seems almost too obvious.
It isn't like I completely dislike March's work either. While he has had his share of clunkers (Catwoman #0 being the biggest target), he sometimes knocks it out of the park.
I love this cover from his Gotham City Sirens run.
And this cover for Huntress is really great, the concentric circles in the background give some sense of twirling motion to the staff she is holding.
And one more thing. In looking to the above Supergirl cover, she is floating above the Earth. While the motion sense of the cape makes it look like she is flying away from Earth, what if she is flying towards it? What if DC orients the cover that way.
Okay, it's a crude mock-up. But for some reason this isn't as jarring. Now it feels like she isn't flying towards me for an up-close encounter but away. This upside-down cover also gives a little sense of joy and fun into the character as well.
Anyways, am I overthinking this cover?