In an interview with ICv2, the exec admitted that the firm "overdid it" with the superhero property over the last year, and explained that the revenue generated is being invested in other projects.
"Green Hornet was a license we paid a lot of attention to last year, probably too much attention," he said. "Going back to what we were talking about earlier, putting out too much product, we put out too much Green Hornet product.
"Part of it is that we wanted to get trade paperback collections out in time for the movie, and we did that, we succeeded. We built up our market share and we generated more revenue for us and the retailers."
He added: "We took that money and reinvested into projects like Vampirella, like Warlord Of Mars, like the upcoming Kirby: Genesis. But we overdid it, and that we realise, which is why you don't see us doing four Vampirella titles and four Warlord Of Mars titles."
Dynamite has released a long line of Green Hornet titles over the last year, including Kevin Smith's Green Hornet, Green Hornet: Year One and the movie tie-in Green Hornet: Aftermath.