Jo doesn't take crap from no one. Being fat as a teenager isn't easy, even when you know you're awesome. Watch as the clever Joan Rodriguez deals with school, bullies and all those people trying to change her.
The first season of Big Jo introduces one to many different characters, all of which with their own unique struggles and flaws. Jo, the main character, struggles with her self esteem and bullying due to weight. One of her best parts is truly her personality and only aids with semi-realistic storytelling. Big Jo is majorly a story about self-improvement and self-love and shines mightily in that aspect. As the story continues forth, she is introduced to multiple characters, including Thomas, the school jock, and Arthur, the "nerd" who has a crush on Jo. However, shortly after she meets Thomas, she begins the struggle of exercising. Every character has a motivation, whether it be an alternative one or not. The first season of Big Jo showcases excellent character growth and is truly a motivational romance story that centers around self-acceptance. I would definitely recommend reading the first season, as it's a lovely read filled with comedy, drama, and romance.
Big Jo is such a great story of self-empowerment and how a girl explores ways of loving herself. Despite being big, she tries to stay strong and presents herself in a way where people love her for her personality. The main focus of the story is amazing and it shows a girl's perspective in surviving a judgemental society. The art is extremely good, but in my opinion, there was 1 chapter that had completely different art, which doesn't suit my taste. Despite the art in that 1 chapter wasn't good for me, the story made up for it. The characters had character development, even though it was going in a romantic direction. Many things about this story were astounding, I would reread.
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