@TheDragonFist: Let's see...
Nah youre just ignoring the part wehere it says" massively superior than the energy of a supernova".
That's because it's hyperbole. A star going supernova would have wiped out all nearby celestial bodies within the span of a light year. Frieza's ship was clearly nowhere near that far away when he unleashed his Supernova attack on Vegeta and we aren't shown any other planets destroyed following Vegeta's destruction. Also, I don't think the makers of the manga series knew just how destructive an actual supernova can be nor the title's intended demographic of young Japanese boys.
The japanese manga says stars: http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/14/149927/3759839-bandicam+2014-04-13+17-31-55-218.jpg
Really? Then why does Goku's spoken dialogue in this scan below show different kanji than your so-called dialogue?
Also there is a vidoe that proves that Freezer's Supernovais really a Supernova on temrs of power: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100710881237554392560/albums/6001680708533294481/6001680713837829570
Go to minutes 14:30 it uses mathematics/physics base on planet vegeta's explosion.I already check themath even with my friends who takes physics and its accurate.
Sorry, but I don't feel like checking out flawed fan-calcs if the guy making this video bases them on the assumption that Frieza's attack made contact with the planet's surface when he doesn't even show that said attack had burrowed into the planet's surface to destroy its core and cause an explosive chain reaction resulting in the planet's destruction.
So nah Cell can easily hands down Solar system Bust as well as every SSJ1.
Not if he's obviously getting full of himself during his claim and clearly putting as much power as he is able to in his attack on Gohan.
Also, how the hell would Cell be able to destroy all the celestial bodies in a solar system just with a ki blast?