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According to a Super Bowl commercial, so can Doritos. The Priceline Negotiator went down in a fiery explosion but somehow managed to come back.
A commercial for Leon's a Canadian furniture store chain has an elderly woman dying in her bed as she is surrounded by her grieving family.
After her soul departs from her body and is about to descend to Heaven, she looks around at her family and then at the nice furniture pieces she is leaving behind.
She thinks for a moment about having to leave behind the furniture and a few seconds later, she lets out a huge gasp and awakens, which shocks her family. Except for her would-be widower, who lets out a "Whoo-hoo!
Once that's done with, Doku-chan will obtain the power to resurrect a single life. Jagasaki insists not to revive him, but instead to revive his fiance, whom he killed to defend himself. A major trait of the titular dungeon from Delicious in Dungeon. So long as a person dies within the dungeon and their body is not removed, they can be resurrected.
Falin is resurrected by Marcille using forbidden magic combined with dragon meat in order to reform her completely, as only her bones were left after the Red Dragon digested her.
Rozen Maiden Suigintou pulls a Back from the Dead after getting killed in the last episode of Season One and several are revived in Traumend.
And damaged "normal" animated doll brought back by Jun almost accidentally. The dead members of Team Suzaku are brought back as Spirit Advisors in the final episode, possessing volunteers so they can contribute to the fight. The OVAs have their ghosts show up a few more times before finally using reincarnation to bring them back for good.
Joe Umitsubame comes back from the dead, piloting the original Gekiganger 3 robot, to help the rest of the team defeat the show's Big Bad. A character watching this episode comments on the fact that people in real life like the dead Gai Daigouji and Tsukomo Shiratori don't come back from the dead.
Ironically, in that very same episode, the apparently-dead Admiral turned out to be Not Quite Dead. Parodied in Nadesico's non-canonical-by-virtue-of- ontological-paradox Recap Episode the explanation appears to be found in Framing Device nowadays: It's a guy thing.
Muhammed Avdol of the third part was shot in the head by Hol Horse giving Polnareff a lesson about not being a selfish prick, and working togetherbut came back in a later chapter where it was revealed that the bullet bounced off his skull. The kicker here is that he's killed off later by Dio's Dragon, Vanilla Ice.
Before him, in the second part, Stroheim blows himself up with a grenade in an attempt to kill Santana, who is crawling into his wounded leg. Some twenty chapters later, he returns as a cyborg.
Everyone in Sailor Moon is expected to die near or at the end of each arc, usually for the sake of being Team Cannon Fodderbut sometimes for an actual reason. In The '90s anime version this only happens in the first and final seasons. All other seasons they just didn't die. The latter was only for one person; otherwise, it would get really silly.
The Bronze Saints in Saint Seiya seem to suffer from this, considering they "die" or at least, they're dealt fatal blows by the end of each saga.
The series Hand Waves this by claiming that Athena can bring them back from the brink of death; however, Hades himself can reanimate the dead and turn them into Specters for his army.
As his name implies, he keeps coming back all the time Soul of Goldthe Gold Saints are very literally resurrected and transported back to Earth from Hell. You can rip off their very life force and obliterate them without a trace using a weapon that distorts the fabric of time and space, but as long as the Rejuvenation Program is active, they will eventually be revived.
The only known method to actually stop the Book of Darkness for good is to freeze it. No direct destruction will ever keep it from reappearing.
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