Castiel (Supernatural) is killed by Lucifer, but is resurrected by God
Bring the dead back to life
The power to bring the deceased, including oneself, back to life. Opposite power of Death Inducement. Not to be confused with Reanimation, which brings back the dead and controls them against their will.
Turles (Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might) via; Fruit from the Tree of Might
Claire Bennet (Heroes)
Nathan Young (Misfits)
Adam Monroe (Heroes)
Doomsday (DC Comics)
Sentry (Marvel Comics)
Chloe Sullivan (Smallville/DC Comics)
Chloe King (The Nine Lives of Chloe King)
Imhotep (The Mummy)
Ganon (The Legend of Zelda)
Janemba (Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn)
Iblis (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Sesshomaru (InuYasha) via Tenseiga
Sesshomaru's Mother (InuYasha) via Meido Stone
Fawkes (Harry Potter)
The Tribunal (Charmed)
Lazarus Demons (Charmed)
Resurrection Man (DC Comics)
Count Dracula (Dracula/Castlevania/Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Marvel)
Him (Powerpuff Girls / Powerpuff Girls Z)
Brook (One Piece)
Time Lords (Doctor Who)
Gill (Street Fighter III)
Curtis Donovan (MisFits)
Users of the Resurrection Gauntlet (Torchwood)
Diagon (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
Any user of the Pet Sematary (Pet Sematary)
Nico di Angelo (Percy Jackson and the Olympians)
Layla Miller (Marvel)
The Chosen Undead (Dark Souls)
Solomon Grundy (DC comics)
Any user of Rinne Tensei Justu (Naruto Shippuden)
Alex Mercer (Prototype); via pieces of his biomass
Cylons (Battlestar Galactica)
Ned (Pushing daisies)
Jean Grey as Phoenix (Marvel)
Aling Elsa (The Healing - Film)
Kylie Galen (Shadow Falls)
Haplo's dog (Death Gate Cycle); only its master
Blackmist (Armed With Wings)
Man in the Moon (Rise of the Guardians)
Powerful witches (Witches of East End); via Spell Casting
Wendy Beauchamp (Witches of East End)
Phil Coulson (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
Genevieve (The Originals)
Misty Day (American Horror Story: Coven)
Madison Montgomery (American Horror Story: Coven)
Dark Schneider (Bastard!!)
Book of the Dead (The Mummy)
Water from the Well of Wonders (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland)
Shenlong (Dragon Ball) has the ability to resurrect anyone, with certain restrictions depending on which Shenlong cast the wish. This ability, unfortunately, has been repeatedly abused by the Z Fighters, resulting in dire consequences.
Claire Bennet (Heroes) can resurrect herself unless her brain is destroyed or her body is split in two and separated.
Chloe Sullivan (Smallville).
A Lazarus demon (Charmed) always resurrects unless his ashes are buried in a cemetery.
Jesus Christ resurrection; in front of Mary.
Brook's (One Piece) Devil Fruit powers resurrected himself once.
Himuro Gemma (Ninja Scroll) uses his "Reincarnation Technique" to resurrect himself from otherwise lethal injuries.
The Meido Stone (InuYasha) resurrects Rin by pulling her soul out of Hell.
Sesshōmaru's Tenseiga (InuYasha) allows him to see the pallbearers of the afterlife and slay them, reviving the recently deceased and healing their wounds.
Lord Voldemort's earthbound soul is resurrected into a body. (Click to animate)
When Curtis (Misfits) touches someone who is dead...
...they'll be resurrected back from the dead...
...but the side-effect is that anyone who is resurrected will developed a craving for human-flesh, as well for animals, turning them into zombies, as shown Shannon eating Seth's pet iguana to restrain her hunger...
...which has the same side-effect for animals who are resurrected back from the dead, as shown a cat named Mr.Miggles eating part of Maggie's face, his owner.
Due to being immortal, Nathan's (Misfits) body will repairs itself to its pre-death state; he then wakes up perfectly healthy.
Jorge (Los Protegidos) can revive the dead by touching them.
Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is resurrected. (click for animation)
Chloe Sullivan (Smallville) after resurrecting herself for the first time.