What seems to be the last of the Batman-related comics announced at Comic Con has some information, with Titans Hunt getting a synopsis from DC.

TITANS HUNT #1
Written by Dan Abnett
Art by Paulo Siqueira
On-sale October 21
CONVERGENCE is over, but the ripples are still being felt, especially by a young precog named
Lilith. What are these visions she’s having of a Teen Titans team the world never knew? And why
does she feel compelled to seek out Dick Grayson, Roy Harper, Donna Troy and an Atlantean named Garth and warn them that something dark and sinister is coming after them? Who are Mal, Gnarrk, Hank Hall and Dawn Granger, and what is their connection to the others—and to the fate of every soul on Earth? This is the Secret History of the TEEN TITANS!

Along with a few other announced titles, it seems the events of Convergence will have a part to play in this narrative, which is encouraging given the lukewarm reception to the event.  If more series built off of it then it would feel like it actually carried weight and wasn’t a waste of time or excuse to send-off fan favorite characters, so this new crop directly referencing it is at least a move in that direction.

Speaking of fan favorites, the series includes Donna Troy, who has been absent from continuity for years now.  It’s unclear which iteration of the Titans this is based off of, or if this will take place on a separate Earth or be a flashback series, but those new costumes point to it being a somewhat fresh reimagining.

Finally, I only recognized two of the four names referenced at the end.  Hank Hall and Dawn Granger are Hawk and Dove, respectively, but I had to do some research on the other two.  Mal is likely Mal Duncan, a former Titan who has had a number of aliases, and Gnarrk is a caveman who has also held membership on the team.  The latter was apparently on an episode of Teen Titans, but I don’t remember him.  Lilith I’m also unfamiliar with, but like the others she has been a Titan before.

It’s not clear if this is an ongoing or a miniseries, but it launches this October.