Your welcome. Well it does seem like you put a lot of time and effort into this drawing. Perhaps you should do something for the Death of the Family story arc. Maybe a piece that emphasizes the inner struggles that Cain, or another character, is going through. Just a thought, considering how good you are.
For the time being (and the foreseeable future), pics like this seem to be the only factor keeping this character in circulation. A pity, that: Cassandra was part of the story arc that rekindled my interest in the Bat-franchise, and what I read of her subsequent title balanced action and personal struggle in an uncommonly adroit fashion. Of course, once said title's initial writer & artist (Kelley Puckett & Damion Scott, respectively) moved on, things plateaued for a little while...then seemed to get crazier with each plot-twist for its own sake (Cass is retired! No, wait, she's EEEE-VIL! No, wait, she's mind-control-drugged...you get the idea, right?). And now this reboot, in which every single dude who's ever been a Robin gets their own series in some form, whilst the "secondary" Batgirls get next to bupkus. Go figure.
Bitter rants aside, I could give or take the costume updates Cass underwent as Black Bat, but you make 'em work shockingly well here, Mr. Sizer. That two-tone cape really pops against the gritty background, and those splashes of beatdown residue definitely lend Mme. Cain her accustomed edge. Even the noir title font's properly worn-something all too many modern comic-text layers neglect upon tombstones, newsstand titles & other in-panel elements. Honestly, I'm sorry this analysis hasn't included any points that might warrant improvement, but it's just that damn good.