If you're not familiar with this series, Warcraft: Legends is a series that brings multiple stories from many different authors and artists. It's not one solid story arc like The Sunwell Trilogy (for example), but a number of different stories about the denizens of Azeroth. Each chapter in a volume is a different story, though some of the stories span multiple volumes. Some of them are epic tales that tie into the more famous Azerothian figures (Lich King/Scourge, Richard Knaak's characters), and some of them are just about random Azerothian adventurers getting their adventurin' on. If you don't like one of the stories, odds are that you'll like one of the others.
This is a really, really good opportunity to decide whether you like the style of the series or not. Before this thing is through, you'll be able to read all of the current Warcraft: Legends material. My only complaint is that it's a little hard to read the small text on the reader Tokyopop is using for these. I find myself squinting a lot just to read the dialogue even when I switch it over to full screen. Still, they're letting us view it all for free. I'm not going to complain too much about that.