Yes, you are correct, we have been waiting quite awhile for the next issue of Blammo. But it appears that not only has Noah been waiting himself, but that the pain of such a lengthy separation of Blammo from the world of comics had built to the point that Noah couldn't wait for a fully-fledged issue to take flight, and so has brought forth... Blammo 10 1/2!
Here, a full 46 pages of black & white comics that Noah has scattered through the pages of various publications over the last five years have been gathered together under full color covers by The Blammo Gatherer™. It is likely that followers of Noah's work will have encountered some of these comics before, but there are also a few newly created pages here, so even the most fiendish NVS collector could not have read them all.
These are comics that are themselves immersed in the medium of comics and the life lived therein and thereby. Starting with The Crypt Keeper homage of The Blammo Gatherer, and including a heart warming tribute to Basil Wolverton's Spacehawk, the bulk of the strips collected in the pages of Blammo 10 1/2 are peppered with comics references of one sort or another, leading to the crescendo of the concluding 12-page epic, "Hot Lovin' Everynight!" featuring the start of the then young and naive Noah's relationship with small press comics icon, John Porcellino and the story of his accompanying John P. on a book tour through the midwest. Great stuff!