During the Lucasfilm Publishing Panel at New York Comic Con, a bunch of Star Wars publications -- both fiction and non-fiction -- were on display as usual. Most of the content have been announced previous with a few updates (updated cover art, release dates confirmed), but there were a couple of bits of news that did come out of it.
On the comics front, writer Charles Soule announced that not only is Darth Vader issue #25 the final chapter of the "Fortress of Vader" storyarc, but it is the final issue of the series, which is the second volume of the title. Issue #25 arrives in December.
Darth Vader volume 2 issue #25 cover
If you're a fan the Sith Lord, you may feel some comfort that his comics presence will linger for at least a little while. Writer Chuck Wendig announced a new 5-issue miniseries titled Shadow of Vader. Shadow of Vader will explore the effect Vader had in the galaxy. Wendig will be telling different tales in each issue:
Each issue will feature a different set of characters: Issue #1 is a Friday the 13th homage, with Vader hunting down kids at summer camp; issue #2 stars the one-and-only Willrow Hood; issue #3 centers on a morgue attendant on the Death Star; issue #4 diverges to focus on the Acolytes of the Beyond; issue #5 follows a New Republic pilot — whose parents were killed by Vader — who joins the Resistance only to learn that Leia's father is the Sith Lord.
According to starwars.com, it looks like the miniseries is supposed to start in November.
Shadow of Vader #1 cover
Shadow of Vader #2 cover
On the novel front a new title was announced. Alphabet Squadron by Alexander Freed will be set post-Return of the Jedi and stars a "unique" team of pilots each manning a different type of starfighter. The book will chronicle their struggle to end the war once and for all. Alphabet Squadron will launch June 2019.
Alphabet Squadron cover (not final)