Volume Two of the Legion of Super-Heroes Archives is bright, colourful, campy fun (much of the humour quite unintentional). What a pleasure to soak into this book a little every night before crawling into bed as my dreams could then be populated by giant puppets, a little doll town and severl versions of monsters (usually shaped, like many of the aliens encountered, as some form of lizardy thing). The trouble for the intrpid team seems to orginate often when the Legion rejects a candidate for membership (begging the question of how a team that accepted Bouncing Boy and his super bouncing power and Triplicate Girl with her amazing ability to become three equally useless and identical people instead of simply one can have any criteria for rejecting anyone?). This volume also includes appearances by Supergirl, Jimmy Olsen (as the purple-clothed Elastic Lad) and for high camp charm, the Legion of Super-Pets. The art is appropriate to the stories without dazzling but the real charm is in the unintended (perhaps) smiles the reader will wear entering this romp in the future with some very priceless dialogue by Edmond Hamilton.