The sad answer is that the creators of either thing consistently demonstrated a lack a sufficient understanding of basic physics or even logic to actually gauge their strength/power. For starters, the energy needed to blow up the Earth is about 4 x 10^33 joules. The dbz characters readily apparently summon that sort of energy from their ostensibly < 100 kg bodies, and withstand that sort of energy when hit by it, yet simply training under a mere 100 to 1000 earth gravities is taxing on their bodies. Then Superman has to strain to catch an airplane and stop it from crashing, but in the last Christopher Reeve movie, he moves the moon to block the sun from nuclear man. There is no consistency across the board in either one.
EXACTLY ! Physics and common sense are ridiculously ignored ! Goku and Vegeta clashing with Galick Gun and Kamehameha shakes the planet , yet Gohan and Cell clashing doesn't do a thing ! Aside from the fact that 99% of what happens in these shows/comics is far beyond the physically impossible !
Now this is how we should see it instead not having a fanboy war ugh I've hated fanboys so much they always make BS comments about their superpowers like seriously to me why can't we be friends like put their arms over their shoulders and walk to the sunset