Holy smokes, is that really what Anarky looks like these days? (Note the villain in the maroon hood, just over Robin's right shoulder).
Because that's a pretty awful design.
I suppose it must be what Anarky—or Anarky II, if what I've heard about recent past issues of Robin is correct—as the look on the above Red Robin cover seems consistent with the way Anarky looked on his last few cover appearances in the since-canceled Robin monthly:
If so, it's a real shame—I really liked the original Anarky design, conceived by artist Norm Breyfogle and writer Alan Grant, as a riff on the main character of V For Vendetta's costume.
Here's Anarky's first appearance on the cover of Detective Comics, and a few other Anarky images by Breyfogle:
Breyfogle tinkered with it quite a bit as time went on, especially when he and Grant tried spinning the character off as a solo character, first in a miniseries and then into a short-lived ongoing.
The character was originally a little kid too short to even fill out the costume, so he had a weird apparatus that sat on his shoulders under the hat and mask, giving Anarky a strange look with very square shoulders and an elongated neck. Eventually he hit puberty, grew a bit, and wore the mask over his face, so he got less Muppet-y looking, and the costume became more formfitting. By the time the ongoing launched, he had ditched the red robe and red cape combo in favor of just a cape over a more sensible pants and shirt combo. Both versions looked better than the one Anarky II's sporting these days.
Here's the original Anarky, with the head-apparatus, as drawn by Sam Kieth: God I love the way Kieth drew Anarky's right hand on that cover. I could look at that drawing of a hand all day, man.
And here's the last cover appearance of the original Anarky that I know of, as drawn by James Jean: Green Arrow sure used to have some pretty covers, didn't it?