28 May '13, 1pm

Pairing at @pivotallabs, illustrated

Pairing at @pivotallabs, illustrated

There are particular tropes that come up again and again when pairing. I’ve decided to canonize a few as comics. Enjoy!

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/pair-comics/

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