1. Read above for the god thing.
2. Vegeta is capable of speedblitzing him, and is likely to go straight for the kill. Failing that, riddle me this; how often does Super Shadow go straight for the "warp them to the sun" option?
3. Where did you get black holes from? I wasn't aware Shadow had cosmic awareness that allows him to pinpoint the location of black holes. A scan/clip of him doing this with black holes would be nice.
4. It's funny that you say casually. People like you throw on these sorts of words to try and make your argument more convincing, but Shadow looked like he was putting a fair bit of effort into it from where I was sitting.
5. All I saw was him warping it to space, it had some ways to go before it reached the sun.
Please try harder.
1. Your argument that the Sonic cast cannot defeat dimension eaters because they are game mechanics makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Game mechanics is simply what developers put in GAMEPLAY to dictate the game and make it more fun. Gameplay mechanics are good for SOME things, but dismissing Solaris' defeat as a gameplay machanics is simply... well foolish(no offence).
Anyway, still on this point, Solaris' power and defeat were also shown OUTSIDE of gameplay. Which means that his defeat at the hands of the super hedgehogs was entirely legitimate.
2. Super Shadow doesn't warp straight to the sun because... and this is the most likely, he either simply doesn't need to, or simply doesn't think about it. Or perhaps a combination of both. Either way, its quite possible, which is the most important point, I believe.
3. No Shadow doesn't have a black hole tracking device in his head, LOL... but I'm sure Shadow is just as knowledgable, perhaps more so than most people(being 50+ years old) So I think he knows that there are Super-Massive-Black-Holes in the center of our galaxy. And as long as he knows their location, he can teleport there.
4. Observing Shadow's power can be a little tricky, I admit. The reason is because of the rings he wears on his wrist. In SA2, Shadow didn't take them off when teleporting the space-colony- ark with sonic, yet he was exhausted. This means that Shadow is either already at full power(highly unlikely) or simply, for some reason wasn't using his full power(which is most likely, considering that Shadow has done it only once in the games)
With this in mind, its obvious that Shadow exerted little to no effort in teleporting the black comet. If you watch DBZ, you know that characters can make something seem challenging, when at full power... they could defeat/do something with ease. Example:
Final form Frieza(50%) vs full powered Goku
Frieza vs Piccolo
Cell vs Trunks
All of these are examples of characters, who could have easily defeated their opponents, showed signs of what we mistake for being a challeng. We both know that a full powered Frieza would of easily destroyed Piccolo. But when watching him and Piccolo fight in his 2nd form, we wouldn't be able to tell.
The point I'm trying to make is this. Shadow can exaust himself, and make it seem like he's going full power. When in reality he's holding back an ocean of chaotic strength. This is obvious in his fight with Mephiles more than anything else, which some have taken the liberty of posting here for me.
5. Doesn't actually matter. The strength one uses on chaos control(manipulating space in this case) is dictated by the size of their manipulation, not the distance. This means, that it wasn't the distance he teleported the black comet that matters. It was the size of it. Vegeta is small ( no he really is tiny, LOL) so teleporting Vegeta is no problem, super or not. If he tried to teleport the entire space colony ark by himself to the sun, being the size of a moon, Shadow would undoubtedly have to unleash maximum power.
Also, another reason he only teleported it that far is because, the space colony ark planet bust, was literally made to destroy the black comet.
Anyway, thats all... I look foward to your reply.