Lehigh Valley Comic Con relocating to Lehigh Carbon Community College for Saturday's event

 Scott Hanna inks a comic book panel at his home studio in Riegelsville.  (LehighValleyLive.com Photo)

Scott Hanna inks a comic book panel at his home studio in Riegelsville. (LehighValleyLive.com Photo)

Lehigh Valley Comic Con will relocate to Lehigh Carbon Community College for this weekend's event, after the roof of its former headquarters collapsed last month.

Lehigh Valley Comic Con is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at LCCC's Community Services Center. Admission costs $5; free admission for children ages 12 and under.

In addition to revealing the bimonthly event's new home, organizers recently announced the guest list for Saturday's convention. The guest list includes Marvel and DC Comics inker Scott Hanna and artists Tom Raney, Darren Auck, Jeff Shultz, Chris Ring and Dave Bancroft.

Hanna's resume includes the iconic "Knightfall" storyline in which Batman's back is broken by the villain Bane (a storyline that was loosely adapted for the 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises). His other inking credits include "Amazing Spider-Man," Robin," "Batman and Robin," "Detective Comics," "Nova," "Justice League of America," "Birds of Prey," "Wonder Woman" and "Superman: Lois and Clark." 

Hanna and his wife, fashion designer and former Project Runway contestant Pamela Ptak, own and operate the Fashion & Arts Institute in their hometown of Riegelsville. 

Raney and Hanna collaborated on DC Comics' 2003 Outsiders relaunch.

According to a July 3 LehighValleyLive.com report, officials at the Schnecksville Fire Co. are still unclear as to what caused the roof of the building to collapse.  

Lehigh Valley Carbon Community College is located at 4525 Education Park Drive.