Since 2015 the Marvel comic Star Wars has had a consistent writer of Jason Aaron which is pretty good now a days, sadly it can't last forever. Staring in October after issue #37, Jason Aaron. Replacing him is 2015's Star Wars: Darth Vader Kieron Gillen.
Down Below is the cover of Star Wars #38 by David Marquez and will be the starting issue for Gillen.
“My aim’s simple – to do what Salva and I did with Darth Vader, but for Leia, Luke and Han. As in, chart the rise and fall of the Rebellion between A New Hope and the Empire Strikes Back, how it changes them all and how it changes the universe,” Gillen told StarWars.com. “So a simple aim, but as nightmarishly tricky to pull off as dropping a proton torpedo down a thermal exhaust port. But hopefully as thrilling if we pull it off. I can’t wait till you see it up. First up: the post-apocalyptic hell that remains of Jedha after the Death Star punched a hole through its mantle.”
This is very nice to hear that a writer is taking such care with a timeline the story is set in. Gillen did an excellent job in Star Wars: Darth Vader so here's hoping he can do the same with the main series Star Wars.