The Official Comic
This series was a five-part anthology series of comics published by WildStorm from March 1998-February 1999. The series was one of several moves by Capcom Co., Ltd. and Capcom USA to advertise the games to other demographs through licensing. The stories themselves are not part of the prime continuity the games inhabit, and while there was a degree of overhead and provision of concept art, writers were free to fill in gaps not known to foreign fans. The spanish translation was published by Planeta Deagostini at 1999.
Hielo & Fuego
PlanetaComic published in Spain in 2001 a part of this story in 96 pages, leaving it incomplete for a subsequent complete publication of 256 pages by Panini that you can view below.
First image: Resident Evil: Fire and Ice (Hielo & Fuego in spanish) is a four-issue comic book produced by WildStorm (who also drew the Resident Evil: The Official Comic Magazine) that was published bi-monthly from December 2000 to May 2001. The story was written by Kris Oprisko and Ted Adams, with art by Lee Bermejo and Mark Irwin. Due to a licensing agreement with Capcom, Fire and Ice continued the story of the anthology without the game characters present. The comic was reprinted in as a 256-page graphic novel by DC Comics in April 2009 to coincide with the release of Resident Evil 5, with the four issues being accompanied by highlights from the Official Comic Magazine.
Second image: "Trabajos sucios" in spanish, it's a prequel comic to Resident Evil 5 published by Wildstorm and written by Ricardo Sanchez.