Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Issue #4 begins with Poe Dameron, hanging upside down, in front of a group of Hutts lead by Grakkus the Hutt, who features heavily in Jason Aaron's Star Wars, Issue #7 through Issue #12; he's a collector of Jedi lore, and somehow, he has survived his meeting with Darth Vader. Earlier, Dameron is debriefing Black Squadron following the situation with the Galactic Egg in Issue #1 through Issue #3. They're going after Grakkus the Hutt, who is still in prison. Black Squadron is going to break in, and hopefully break out.
I'm currently reading three Star Wars titles on Marvel: this one, Aaron's Star Wars, and the comic adaptation of The Force Awakens. All of them are very good, and as I mentioned earlier, they tie into each other. I've written about my admiration of Soule's Agent Terex, although I don't see how he can lose repeatedly without looking like a nincompoop. I also like Grakkus as a Hutt who is an expert in Jedi lore; Soule's inclusion of him in this comic is a nice piece of work.
Poe Dameron is my favorite of the three comics mentioned and at the same time my least favorite. Its strength is also its weakness: most of the characters are invented, and it's easier to follow the adventure of characters I've worshiped for 40 years like Luke Skywalker and Han Solo. This is a harder title to write, but I sort of think the writing is stronger.