All Day Breakfast Productions-A New Kind of Entertainment Studio

(St. Catharines, February, 23rd) Author and illustrator Mike Gagnon has established All Day Breakfast as a new kind of entertainment company. From games to ebooks and comics in both print and digital forms, there is something for everyone at

All Day Breakfast strives to create quality entertainment at affordable prices, and help those in need at the same time. 100% of the publisher profits are donated to food banks, shelters, and drinking water programs. The Read and Colour series lets fans discover or rediscover classic golden age comics in a fun and engaging way: readers can colour the comics as they enjoy reading them. The books are available in a variety of genres such as; sci-fi, crime fighter, and wild west, just to name a few. Each edition of the series encourages readers to return to their local comic shop for more.

Gagon explains “We are a people first kind of company. We are proof that you don’t have to sacrifice people for profits, and when people see that, your audience blossoms. From being environmentally conscious to preserving long forgotten public domain classics, we work with what’s already there to create something new and different and most importantly FUN.”

Gagnon originally used the name for his professional art studio, but donated it to the newly registered Not-for-Profit along with his own time and money to get the venture started after seeing the effect that the covid pandemic has had on already struggling support systems. The board of directors of All Day Breakfast Productions – A Not-for-Profit Publisher, will be announced on the company website in March.

All Day Breakfast Productions – A Not-for-Profit Publisher, has a clear mandate: Entertain people. Regardless of social status, and use any sales profits made from that entertainment to provide funding to food and water programs that support struggling communities. We also provide one-time donations to groups such as food banks, homeless shelters, drinking water programs, and women’s shelters.

To see their full line visit Orlok, the company’s mascot, and fictional Chief Media Officer is available for interviews and review copies of titles can be reached by emailing

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