I love collections like this. There wasn't enough of the main story to fill a trade paperback, so it's more of a themed collection than one story. Which is fine by me. I've read all of these stories in the past and I was excited to read them again.
My memories of the main story weren't very good. I remember not feeling satisfied with the story when it was first published. It was published as a Special after Crisis On Infinite Earths finished. DC wanted to take the JSA off the page and Roy Thomas was tasked with that job. He was the perfect choice since he wrote most every JSA (and related) story during the 80s. Rereading this story didn't bring me any new insights. It just made me sad all over again. I always felt that this story just didn't do the JSA justice. All these amazing characters were sentenced to a hellish limbo to live out their days (at least until someone decided it was okay to bring them back.) It just wasn't my favorite story then, it still isn't my favorite story now.
To round out this collection, we get a ton of origin stories from Secret Origins. These were fun to read. Roy Thomas' love of these characters and their histories showed in each one.
Overall, it's a good book if you're looking for some done in one JSA stories.
Last Days Of The Justice Society Of America
Writer: Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas
Artist: David Ross, Mike Gustovich, Michael Bair, Steve Montano, Tom Grindberg, George Tuska, Jerry Acerno, Luke McDonnell, Tony DeZuniga, Mike Clark, Dave Hunt, Michael T. Gilbert, George Freeman, Bob Downs