The story was finally reprinted in 2000 as part of a special one-off that DC published as a "what might have been" issue...
JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA 100-PAGE SUPER-SPECTACULAR
#1 (1975) REPLICA EDITION
Written by John Broome, Robert Kanigher, Gardner Fox, and various;
art by Murphy Anderson, Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella, Sal Amendola, and various
A "lost" Spectacular reprinting some of the greatest stories of the heroes of the Justice Society of America!
Showcasing stories from both the Silver and Golden Ages, this is the JSA Super-Spectacular that might have been if one had been assembled in 1975.
With the monthly JSA thrilling readers with the exploits of today's inheritors of the Original Super-Team's legacy, a facsimile edition simulates a "lost" team's inspiration in JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA 100-PAGE SUPER-SPECTACULAR #1 (1975)
Included within are the JSA's last story from the Golden Age, "The Mystery of the Vanishing Detectives," from ALL STAR COMICS #57; the team's first Silver Age appearance, "Vengeance of the Immortal Villain," from THE FLASH (1st series) #137; and a 1948 Doctor Mid-Nite story, "The Sight Stealers!" that didn't appear in print until it was inked -- in 1970 -- for ADVENTURE COMICS #418. Rounding out the collection are "The Big Super-Hero Hunt" from THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #62, featuring the original Starman and Black Canary and guest-starring Wildcat; and the first original Jay Garrick backup story from the modern age, "Finale for a Fiddler," from 1970's THE FLASH (1st series) #201.