has posted some scans of a Takara-Tomy product catalog, which lists what we expect would be pretty much the entire product line for Transformers Age of Extinction. The product line up we have seen so far would appear to be the tip of the iceberg, with the Japanese releases in the Generations Age of Extinction series totaling up to 30 by the time all is said and done. Japanese releases for the one-step changer toys, including the stomp and chomp Grimlock and Power Battlers Dinobots are also confirmed.
The most interesting part of the product listings comes in the form of confirmations of future releases, which we were previously unaware of. Following the initial May - June releases, the following Generations series Age of Extinction toys will be released in Japan, potentially with tweaked or alternate decos:
July 2014 - Leader class Grimlock, Voyager class Hound, Voyager class Galvatron, Deluxe class Autobot Drift, Deluxe class Strafe, Deluxe class Slash and one other Deluxe toy. While no picture is shown, the kanji in his listing suggest this one will be Lockdown.
August 2014 - Another unknown Deluxe class toy who seems to have a vehicular form, which is another version of Bumblebee (the listing for the name shares the same characters as the High Octane Bumblebee listing). There's a second Deluxe class toy listed, this time with a silhouette of Grimlock suggesting a fifth Deluxe class Dinobot is coming out in Japan. It's just listed as "Dinobot A" though.
September 2014 - two more Voyagers are shown, one with a "Bumblebee" silhouette suggesting a vehicular alternate form, and one with a "Grimlock" suggesting another Dinobot.
However you take these listings, the implication is there are two more Voyagers to be seen and three more Deluxes, which matches with the original press release issued by Hasbro after Toy Fair 2014. The revelation here is that one of the Deluxes and one of the Voyagers may be a Dinobot - assuming Takara-Tomy is not simply doing their own thing. Update
- it has been pointed out that AD-18 and AD-19 are not listed, so there are two more toys to come out in June / July in Japan who we know nothing about, yet.