Booker DeWitt (Bioshock: Infinite) via the vigor "Return to Sender"
Dante (Devil May Cry); via Royal Guard
Vergil (Devil May Cry)
Pokemon who can learn "Magic Coat" (Pokemon)
Fulgore (Killer Instinct)
Sword of Light (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Mirror Shield (The Legend of Zelda)
The Mirror Card (Cardcaptor Sakura)
Wushu Helmet (Xiaolin Showdown)
Mewtwo (Pokémon) deflects Gyarados' Hyper Beam.
Link (The Legend of Zelda) can use the Mirror Shield to reflect attacks, magic, and light.
Kuma (One Piece) ate the Paw-Paw Fruit (Nikyu Nikyu no Mi) that allows him to deflect anything his paw pads touch.
Nianzol Weizol (Bleach) using The Wind to bend any and all attacks, thus shifting the directions of the enemies' blade stabs to harmlessly slide away, or even cause his victims to twist and split apart.
Silver the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog) using psychokinesis to reflect attacks.
Guile Hideout's sword, Instant, can deflect all physical and special attacks in an instant slash.
Kazejin using Storm Barricade to deflect and blow away attacks.
Yuta reflecting all special abilities back at his enemies.
Link (The Legend of Zelda) is able to deflect projectiles such as energy blasts via a technique widely known as the "Dead Man's Volley."
Zaku (Naruto) increasing air pressure to 100% and reducing sound waves to 0% to create blunt air blasts that can deflect kunai.
Madara Uchiha (Naruto) using Uchiha Return to absorb an attack with his gunbai and convert it into wind for deflection.
The Ten-Tails (Naruto) deflects Gyūki's Tailed Beast Ball with a single finger.
Wonder Woman (DC Comics) deflecting.
"Shirley" (The Jimmy-Timmy Power Hour) manifests laser-deflecting bracelets via Reactive Adaptation.
Omnimon (Digimon) sending back the Diaboromon copies' Web Wreckers with a swing of his Transcendent Sword.
Goku (Dragon Ball) deflects a barrage of Ki Blasts.
Janemba (Dragon Ball Z) opening portals in front of himself to redirect any incoming attacks.