Lodestar (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien) is able to reform himself after being blown to pieces by a large explosion.
When destroyed, Undergrowth (Danny Phantom) can reform in a weed-like form, taking a long time to return to normal.
Danny Phantom (Danny Phantom) reforms from being reduced to orange jelly by reality warper Freakshow.
As Lobo (DC Comics) is banned from Death, he can reform himself from even a puddle of blood.
Patrick "Eel" O'Brian/Plastic Man (DC Comics) can be blown to smithereens and reform as along as his atomic structure stays intact.
After accessing the New God cache of souls, Darkseid (DC Comics) gained the ability to reform himself after taking massive physical damage.Minions.png|The Minions of Set (Samurai Jack) could continually reform and regenerate themselves from any attack.
When Tom Turbo (Tom Turbo) gets destroyed, deactivated, or disabled, his boss can resurrect him with a special energy beam.
Tech E. Coyote (Loonatics Unleashed) reforming after being burned to ashes.
Wade Wilson/Deadpool (Marvel Comics)
Thanks to the adaptive nature of his healing factor, James "Logan" Howlett/Wolverine (Marvel Comics) can reform his entire body after getting caught in the atomic bombing of Nagasaki...
...and it has grown stronger over the years like when he took a full force explosion from the living bomb, Nitro...
...and reform his entire body down to the last sinew.
Whenever he is killed, Rick Sanchez (Rick & Morty) can rebuild his body through various methods.