As above, I'm trying to bring to mind this comic I read years ago. I remember the cover very clearly, at least it seems clear even if the image has been corrupted over the years:
A girl on a bike, or halftrack bike or maybe a speeder, some small open vehicle with handlebars, on snowy ground like tundra. I think it was a snow planet. It's drawn from above, like a crane shot in a movie, and she's looking up at the "camera" wearing, I think, a leather 'pilot's cap' and goggles and maybe a bomber jacket. She's meant to be some kind of near-human alien, I think, of a style I've seen pop up for several races in Star Wars comics (especially not unlike Aurra Sing): paper-white skin, with black markings.
The way I'm picturing the markings is black circles around her whole eyes, like a panda. It could also have been black stripes on her cheeks. I have separate memories of the markings and I think I'm conflating this comic with something else I read.
I'm pretty sure she was a bounty hunter, or something like that, flying around in space in her own ship. I don't really remember any story details, unfortunately– it's always the visuals that stick with me.
I'm pretty sure it would be from the late 90s or the 2000s, based on my memory of the art style.
Any help would be appreciated– it's driving me nuts!