2012 marks the 10th anniversary of The Pulse. We are marking the occasion with a retrospective of some highlights (or lowlights) from ten years of weekly publishing.
This week we reflect upon our first locally produced cartoon that we began publishing in our third year. What can we say about Trebor Redle and his cartoon creation ‘Lockout Mountain’? Well, one thing we can say is that we never, and we mean never, knew what he would bring us from one week to the next.
One thing was certain though, it rarely failed to entertain if not force for you to choke on your beverage should you be in mid sip when you saw the cartoon. The man himself was wildly entertaining during his visits to the office. Remembering one of these visits, Trebor dropped his trousers in the middle of the office and began mooning everyone, including onlookers who happened to be passing by our front door. The building management wasn’t too happy about the tenant complaints. We just explained it as a cost of doing business.
Thanks to Trebor Redle and his creation of ‘Lockout Mountain’, a cherished part of our publishing past.
See the Lockout Mountain slide show tab for the four selected cartoons from the archives!