Batman can't find an apartment, Wonder Woman is showing too much flesh, and Spider-Man doesn't work on Shabbat.
A new comic exhibition at the Animix Festival toys with the idea that life for superheroes in the Holy Land is no picnic.
So how would superheroes cope with the reality of life in Israel?
Apparently, they would struggle, at least according to comic artist Matan Cohen.
Cohen's new comic exhibit deals with the rigors of Israeli life in a humorous, entertaining and controversial way.
There's even a small dig at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's legal woes and the culture clashes between secular and religious Israelis.
The exhibit is part of Animix Tel Aviv, an animation, comics and cartoon festival currently being held for the 19th time at the city's Cinematheque.
In addition to the exhibit, Cohen, who has already produced nine comic books and worked as an illustrator over the past 15 years, will give a lecture at the festival about his unique profession, the difficulties he encounters and the reactions he gets.
The festival runs until August 3 at Tel Aviv Cinemateque