She also has ties to Nighthawk, through the LAST DEFENDERS series.
And she's got a bit of a tie to Man-Thing through Richard Rory.
Although I'm not really fond of the Howard or Frankenstein characters, I don't think this is as atrocious as you're making it sound. They are legitimate characters within the MU (like them or not)--so I'm not sure how being in the same "ballpark" as them is somehow demeaning to She-Hulk.
Man-Thing is actually a serious presence in a mainstream title right now (THUNDERBOLTS), so between him, She-Hulk and Nighthawk, I think there is enough "serious superhero" stuff to balance out the silliness of the talking duck, or the presence of the Frankenstein monster.
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