Also, on the front page Buster has a copy of Oink comic behind his ear. Oink was launched on the same day that this comic went on sale (so it's 26 years old on Wednesday!), so this could have been an hidden advertisement for the comic!
Jack Edward Oliver always hid loads of little puzzles in his strips, and this Cliff Hanger is just another of those! The episode number is printed on Cliff's shirt, and Jack's initials are 'hidden' in the first box!
Terror Toys was a new serial which began in this issue, illustrated by Solano Lopez. It originally appeared in Buster in the later 60's, and was also reprinted in Smash!, Jackpot and Eagle. The strip is all about an evil toy shop owner who created an army of evil military men!
The excting feature going on with Buster in May was the release of the latest Holiday Specials! This advertisement tells you which one's were on sale now, and which ones were coming out soon - but it doesn't tell you the price.
Quick! Shoot the cat!
Not the most exciting advertisement ever.