- Not to be confused with the prison of the same name, The Big House .
Whirlwind is being escorted to his cell in the Big House, when he decides to try and break free. After destroying a couple of the robotic guards, and giant arm busts through the roof and a single finger pins him to the ground. Looking up, he sees an enormous Hank Pym, holding him in place until more guards arrive and take him into custody. Fury thanks the Wasp and Ant-Man for capturing Whirlwind, and Fury pitches a recruitment offer to Ant Man and Wasp. Hank and Nick argue about the ethics of the prison he created. Hank states that he designed the Big House for S.H.I.E.L.D., but with an eye towards criminal rehabilitation, not punishment. Fury points out that S.H.I.E.L.D. is in the law-enforcement business, and that Pym has an unrealistic view of the situation; while he's making rehabilitation plans, S.H.I.E.L.D is down on the front lines protecting people from super-villains. Fury asks them if they even bothered to ask what Whirlwind had stole. A sonic disruptor for Klaw. Whirlwind is revealed to be a mutant, and Fury orders him to be transferred to the Mutant Response Division. Meanwhile, Whirlwind continues to resist his imprisonment, wanting to know why none of prisoners try to escape. He is then engaged by the Mad Thinker in conversation. The Mad Thinker reveals that he has calculated that very soon, all four of the super-prisons - the Raft, the Big House, the Vault, and the Cube - will soon fail and they will all be free.