There are a lot of things that I like about this comic.
- For one thing, Poe's dialogue feels like how he talks in the film; it catches his sense of humor and bravado nicely.
- It does a good job of introducing and then building up an interesting villain, Agent Terex. He's a good foil for Poe, since he has lots of the same personality traits--paired with ruthless support for the First Order, of course.
- There's a good blend of action and plot development.
- There series is ongoing, rather than a limited run. This means that it'll help fill the void between now and December 2017.
- The comic also provides an interesting model for a Star Wars RPG campaign, much like the Rogue Squadron novels and comics did back in the day. I can imagine a party of characters like those in Black Squadron, ones who have a variety of specialties, but all of whom are talented pilots. Their adventures, then, entail a combination of ground-based missions and starfighter combat.
All in all, this has to be my favorite of the new Marvel comics so far.