well, let's see then, if I remember what I learned in school correctly there are more people in the US than in whole Europe (off course, these numbers are a couple of years old), so that in it's own right should make it so that the sales in the US are higher than in Europe, and that would be if Hasbro had sales figures depending on continent, which I doubt. Logically, their sales figures will by country and then indeed, Belgium would probably only have 1% sales of what the entire US has, but Belgium is also only the size of New York, nobody takes that into account, now let's also factor in the high price, which makes it so that anyone who can afford it buys their TFs from another country, probably America or Japan, and the fact that we only get a handfull of figures of each line, which makes it so that there are less TFs to buy to start with and indeed, you get low sales numbers in Europe. I have even noticed that the webshop I mentioned in my intial post (archonia) sells the American and Japanese versions of the figures, NOT the European version (difference between American and European versions? the Packaging). So I'm guessing that Hasbro Europe charges them more for the same figures as Hasbro America.