Almost 2 decades, and Kyle Rayner's girlfriend is still kept in the fridge
It's just like them to keep something that abominable intact after Flashpoint, and makes clear they have no intention of righting any wrongs.
Back in the 90s, Kyle Rayner was the poster child for everything that went wrong during that decade, including a girlfriend who's wiped out within a short amount of time, a whiny do-gooder "personality" that leads him to chicken out and not kill Major Force to avenge Alexandra's death at the villain's hands (instead, it was Guy Gardner who had to do it), a ridiculous costume design, a solo series with an editorial mandate that far exceeded any other, no serious character development (if he began as a whiner, there was little to no change in that setup), and at the end of his starring role in the GL series, he even gave his ring - however briefly - to the resurrected Major Force, just because he hadn't actually slain Kyle's mother, before the badly written hero wrenched it back. Today, 18 years after his debut, Kyle's still a poster child for the same problems, and it's clear that the committee that created him has it in for him, making Kyle one of various poster children for characters hated by the companies that own them. The execution of Alexandra was something that should have been retconned away, but with people like DiDio in charge, it's no wonder it wasn't.