Well, you can't publish the ending of a major comic book event without spoiling it in the NEw York Times, the New York Post, the Los Angeles Times or the Washington Post. And, for Captain America co-creator Jack Kirby's 100th birthday, Marvel have chosen the New York Times.
And appears to have a revived Captain America in classical costume, possibly the memory of him held by Kobik, kicking the sleeper agents version of Captain America's arse.
Of course, that sounds like everything is just being reverted with a cosmic cube. After all, Marvel did say that this wouldn't happen. And we'd hate Marvel to break their word…
As well as these images, the newspaper also states that "a more easily understood moment is (spoiler alert) seeing the Marvel heroes, drawn by Steve McNiven, no longer at odds with one another, but standing tall, united and smiling."
Well, that's alright then. Everyone should be happy.