BNHA Chapter 331: Release Date and Read Manga Online

BNHA Chapter 331 is rescheduled to release on October 31, 2021, due to a short hiatus. Fans don’t mind the one-week delay.

My Hero Academia also known as Boku No Hiro Academia is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi. The popular manga got adapted as anime which is directed by Kenji Nagasaki, Tomo Ōkubo, and Masahiro Mukai.

The animation is running since April 2016. It also consists of three animation movies which are, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (2018), My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (2019), and My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission (2021).


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The story follows the journey of a quirkless boy, Izuku Midoriya who dreams to become a hero. In a world where everyone develops a ‘Quirk’ by the age of four, Midoriya lacks any supernatural ability. Luckily, he’s able to meet his idol All-Might, who’s Japan’s no.1 hero. All Might see that Midoriya is determined and kind so he passes down his quirk ‘One for all to him. With this power and guidance from All Might, Midoriya can enter U. A. High School.

The school trains students to use their quirks to protect citizens and also license their powers. In Class 1-A, Midoriya also faces his childhood bully Bakugo. But more than just silly school fights, these students are caught in a war among heroes and villains. An enemy to the hero society named All For One conditions his apprentice Tomura Shigaraki to destroy the current society and its heroes. Now the students who vow to become heroes have to fight and save the peace of their country.

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BNHA Chapter 331: Release date

Chapter 331 was previously scheduled to release on 24th October but the creator is taking a short break for a week. Considering his health, the next chapter is postponed to release on 31st October.

BNHA Chapter 331

Read Manga Online

The manga is available to read on official sites such as Viz media and MangaPlus. The anime is available on Crunchyroll.

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