Kagurabachi Chapter 31 release date, recap, and more

Mark your calendars for Kagurabachi Chapter 31 which is all set to release on April 29, 2024, at 12 am JST.

Kagurabachi (Credits: Manga Plus/ Takeru Hokazono/Shueisha)
By Mahaksh Chauhan | Apr 21, 2024 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The fans are excited for Kagurabachi Chapter 31 which will be out soon. A double entendre is present in Hokazono’s second favorite literary device. Chihiro, the intruder, and Hishaku, the unforeseen intruder. The Tou, whom Hakuri mentions in Chapter 23, are the most formidable warriors that dad has. Why did Hakuri also aspire to be one? Just because it makes people feel comfortable with you. Calling all participants. To finally be able to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with him, as shown above. Standing on the same stage, as equals.

Release Date and Where To Read Kagurabachi Chapter 31

Mark your calendars for Kagurabachi Chapter 31 which is all set to release on April 29, 2024, at 12 am JST.

Time ZoneDateTime
Korean Standard TimeApril 29, 202412:00 a.m. (KST)
New York TimeApril 28, 20247:00 a.m. (NYT)
Indian Standard TimeApril 28, 20248:30 p.m. (IST)
Central European TimeApril 28, 20245:00 p.m. (CET)
Australian Standard TimeApril 29, 20241:00 a.m. (AST)
Japanese Standard TimeApril 29, 202412:00 a.m. (JST)

Only on Jump Comics, Viz Media, and Manga Plus, you can read the manga Kagurabachi Chapter 31.

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Previously in Chapter 30

So it should come as no surprise that this chapter, which depicts them as being apart from him, deals with the sibling relationship and emotional pain caused by being left out of the auction this year. The significance of Daddy’s approval to these children is something Hokazono wants us to understand.

Seating styles that are based on one’s personality are my favorite. The disciplined older brother, the autistic big sister engaging in typical autistic behavior, the bored Souya (who is here alone), and Hakuri. For whatever reason, one arm is totally vacant. That is why it is typical of middle-child rebellion during adolescence.

Flexes like this go above and beyond the standard. I take it that Souya outshines the guy whose entire career hinges on his intelligence—the kind of intelligence that allows him to manipulate, extort, and force people to do what he wants them to?

The central conflict of this arc is Souya’s extremely perverted obsession with Hakuri. However, I agree with many that, given his newly confirmed intelligence, it seems rather reasonable for him to swap sides. I know I’m being extremely hypocritical, but this seems too calculated. Take this chapter as an example: Hakuri literally flees from Souya and lets someone else handle him.

A New Enemy

I can see Souya beginning to be proud of Hakuri’s growth when he learns that his family is unaware of her sorcery abilities. The best part is that Hakuri has already received recognition from higher-ups, so the flattery from his (mean) big brother is meaningless.

The chapter provides much more, which is outrageous to mention, so I will stop gushing over Hakuri’s magnificence. Ok, then. Hokazono’s most beloved literary device; re-contextualization. Taking a fresh look at the same situation in order to tell a new tale.

While Hakuri faces his personal demons from the past, Chihiro (who isn’t yet aware) will soon face the same destiny; but, before that, there’s some visually stunning storytelling that you might have missed.

Hakuri watches the fight earlier in the chapter and spits up a “?” because he doesn’t understand why Chihiro took so long to slay this Yakuza fodder. Unless, of course, it’s not a Yakuza fodder.

Also, I really like how Chihiro first encountered the Hishaku and its associated sorcery in Chapter 2, but the Hishaku itself is completely absent. As Chihiro recognizes the figure before him, his expression changes in an incredibly primal way.

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