Sometimes the Quarter Bin can introduce you to heroes you've never heard of:
Time is running out, but surely they've been saving the best for last, and saving our titanic title character for the final story:
So Human Fly #1 (1958) doesn't actually have so much as even a single mention of anyone named Human Fly?
And, upon closer inspection, it turns out that this issue is pretty much a complete reprint of Fox's Blue Beetle #44 (1946)!!
Well, a closer look at the cover reveals:
I.W. Publications was known for being, well, um, kind of, er...let's just quote the Wikipedia article: "I.W. Publications were notable for publishing unauthorized reprints of other company's properties...Usually these companies were out of business, but not always."
Oh, you bad bad boys.
So Human Fly #1 pretty clearly wins the title of Lyingest Cover Of All Time, for promising a hero who never actually existed to mask the fact that they were involved in a wee bit of intellectual property misappropriation, not to mention selling a reprint comic as new.
Further testament to I.W.'s somewhat fly-by-night practices? Human Fly #1 came out in 1958. The next issue I.W. published was #10 (!!) in 1963!!