"Open the gates of the past, and free the souls of the wrongfully damned. In the name of the ancestors and the righteous, I sacrifice my immortality and that of my daughter's so that you may rise this day. Bring down the wrath of the oppressed upon this emperor and all who follow him. I call upon the hundreds, and the thousands that you may rise up and seize this moment; to take your victory, to take your justice, and to take your revenge!"
― Zi Yuan raising her army of the undead (Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor)
The user can reanimate corpses and dead beings, making them able to move and react. They are usually under the user's control, but because the corpses are likely mindless, they have to be carefully monitored. However, some users may be able to create sentient or semi-sentient undead.
With his Zanka no Tachi, Minami - Kaka Jumanokushi technique, Genryūsai Shigekuni Yamamoto (Bleach) reanimates ten trillion skeletons of his victims.
Orochimaru (Naruto) uses Summoning Jutsu: Reanimation/Impure World Reincarnation to resurrects Hashirama Senju, the First Hokage, and the creator of the technique, Tobirama Senju, the Second Hokage.
Kabuto Yakushi (Naruto) demonstrating the reanimating ritual to Tobi.
Eri Nakamura (Arifureta Sekai Saikyou) has perfected her necromancy skills in reanimation, able to perfectly reanimate an entire army of corpses with their memories, personalities and skills intact.
Rea (Sankarea) holding a glass of the Reanimation Potion.
Vandalieu's (The Death Mage Who Doesn't Want a Fourth Time) death-attribute magic allows him to reanimate the dead bodies of any living being; with their souls memories and personality intact; including himself.
Sohaku Kago (Tenjho Tenge) turned Fu Chi'en's corpse into a zombie, having him fight with his abilities intact.
Kagura (InuYasha) using her wind to utilize her Corpse Dance, controlling corpses as puppets.
Sō'unga (InuYasha) can reanimate entire army of corpses to serve as its minions and summon the souls of the dead…
…including Setsuna Takemaru who So'unga chose as its host.
Esther Rosenthal (Toaru Kagaku no Accelerator) reanimating corpse by placing a Huotou on the corpse, in the case of Hitokawa Hasami her abilities are gone but her combat powers increases.
The Black Cauldron (The Black Cauldron)
The Black Lantern Corp (DC Comics)
Morgan le Fay (Marvel Comics)
Melody Jacobs/Threnody (Marvel Comics)
Jesus’ (Madness Combat) most infamous power in the series is the ability to resurrect the dead. Up until Madness Depredation, he would often resurrect Hank's victims into zombies, in order to fight Hank. Although they do not possess better fighting skills, they are much more resistant to attacks than they are normally.
Ovu Mobani (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) reanimates a nearby corpse.
With Khonsu's Lunar Magic, the Tablet of Ahkmenrah (Night At the Museum) can reanimate mummies and even fossils to life during the night.
T-Virus/Tyrant Virus (Resident Evil) infect corpses into zombies.
Element 115/Divinium (Call of Duty: Black Ops series) was the key material used by Group 935 to create several weapon programs, one of which was the undead army super-soldier program for the Third Reich.
The Red Marker (Dead Space) will reanimate and mutate anyone.
SCP-022 - The Morgue (SCP Foundation)
SCP-049 - Plague Doctor (SCP Foundation)
Stevie (Smosh) has the power to reanimate the dead with the power of love.
Skid and Pump (Sr Pelo's Spooky month) made corpses in a morgue do Micheal Jackson's "Thriller dance" for Spooky Month.