yes, there has been already lots of dicussion about this, but I still have an - at least for me - important question.
According to mosts posts in this forum it seems to be obvious, that a reanimate can be activated during the turn it is summoned.
But the rulebook clearly states: "Essentially, a hero player with a familiar must choose whether to activate his hero first or his familiar first." p.17
As the hero can't fullfill this "essential" requirement - the famliar isn't on the map and until the hero is activated and summones the reanimate - he IMO cannot activate the familiar during the same turn.
Later on it is stated: "When activated, a familiar may perform a move action following the same rules as heroes. […] The familiar may perform additional types of actions during its activation, as noted on its Familiar card. "
As the familiar can't be activated - due to the above mentioned requirement - it can't move and/or attack.
Does this make sense?