“And the Blood Ran Green”
Appears in Starstream #4 (Whitman); 1976. Script by Arnold Drake based on Bloch’s story “The Fear Planet.”
Read Tony Porco's piece regarding this story/comic adaptation: And the Blood...
“A Song of Pain and Sorrow!”
Appears in Heroes Against Hunger #1 (DC Comics); May 1986. A benefit book, with proceeds going toward hunger relief in Africa. 24 writer-artist teams collaborated, with each taking 2 facing pages (Bloch: pp. 18-19.)
Appears in Doomed #4 (2005 series IDW; Dec 2006. Script by Joshua Jabcuga based on Bloch's short story.
Appears in Heavy Metal vol. 7, #4 (HM Communications); July 1983. Script by Rafael Estrada based on Bloch’s short story.
Appears in Doomed #3 (2005 series; IDW); 2005. Script by Ted Adams based on Bloch’s short story.
“The Final Performance”
Appears in Doomed #1 (2005 series; IDW); Oct 2005. Script by Chris Ryall based on Bloch’s short story.
Appears in Gotham by Gaslight (DC Comics); Nov 1989. Text by Bloch: a one-page letter in the first person signed by Jack the Ripper, used as foreword of the story.
“The Funny Farm”
Appears in Gore Shriek Annual #1 (FantiCo Enterprises); 1990. Script by Chris Pelletiere. Credits note that story is inspired by the story by Robert Bloch.
To Hellboy: Seed of Destruction #1 (Dark Horse); Oct 1994.
“The Living Dead”
Appears in Vampire Tales #5 (Marvel); Apr 1974. Script by Roy Thomas based on the Bloch short story.
“The Man Who Cried Werewolf!”
Appears in Monsters Unleashed #1 (Marvel Comics); Mar 1973. Script by Gerry Conway based on Bloch’s story “The Man Who Cried Wolf.”
“The Past Master”
“The Shambler from the Stars”
Appears in Journey into Mystery vol. 2, #3 (Marvel Comics); Feb 1973. Script by Ron Goulart based on Bloch’s short story.
“The Shadow from the Steeple”
Appears in Journey into Mystery volume 2, #5 (Marvel Comics); Jun 1973. Script by Ron Goulart based on Bloch’s short story.
“That Hell-Bound Train”
Appears in Weird Business (Mojo Press); 1995. Script by Neal Barrett, Jr., based on Bloch’s short story.
“A Toy for Juliette”
Appears in Deepest Dimension #1 (Revolutionary Comics); Jun 1993. Script by Rick Geary based on Bloch’s short story. Note: also contains a feature article on Bloch by George Clayton Johnson.
“Two Victorian Gentlemen”
Appears in Blood of the Innocent #1 (WaRP Graphics); Jan 1986. Introductory essay where Bloch discusses the protagonists of the comic, Dracula and Jack the Ripper.
Appears in Doomed #2 (2005 series IDW; 2005. Script by Dan Taylor based on Bloch’s short story.
“Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper”