The Showcase Presents collection is over all a wonderful thing. I have never minded the black and white format, and I always enjoy the nostalgic feel of the story contents with over 500 pages of pure value. Try to pay for these individual issues today, if you can find them, and you will appreciate the collection even more. The Justice League vol. 3, is an especially entertaining issue. It starts out very strong with the unique two part Justice Society without the Justice League story, and continues through hundreds of pages of strange, wild, and weird stories written with a simple and pure style that only the sixties could produce. It never had to make clear sense, it just had to be entertaining. This is the JLA before they hit their peak, before they took themselves too seriously, before they had to be relevant. This is just page after page of pure, innocent fun. Gardner Fox has always been among the best of the early DC writers and he still stands out all these decades later. This volume is full of some of his best writing.