With the acknowledgement that the older, original Spock had died in the movie STAR TREK BEYOND, it makes sense that IDW would fill in that story with their comics of the series. Spock wants to be a part of finding a new home for his people since the planet Vulcan was destroyed in the first STAR TREK movie. However, the Vulcan elders blame him for disrupting the time-line and bringing the rogue Romulans who caused its destruction. Also, the Vulcans have their eye on an uninhabited planet in the Ceti Alpha system to terraform-which is definitely not a good idea (it's the same planet KHAN was stuck on in STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN). So Spock goes to Romulus, with the help of Cyrano Jones, to find allies in the Romulan Resistance. This picks up with Spock's work with trying to reunite the Vulcan/Romulan cultures in his own time-line. Of course, their are Romulans who want to obliterate the Vulcans, including two survivors from Nero's crew, who recently escaped from a Klingon prison planet. Kirk and the Enterprise show up as a conflict between Romulan and Vulcan ships begins-and Spock is able to convince the Vulcan Elders, via a mind-meld, to inhabit another, safer planet. We skip a year ahead and see that it is indeed becoming very much like Vulcan-and that Spock is at peace spending his remaining time there.
The second story in this book, CONNECTION, has the crew of the original series timeline and that of the new time-line crossing over-and addressing that they look very different in appearance, which I thought very cool and pulled off quite well. Highly recommended.