If you have CanvasBlocker installed (which you should), you won't be able to load images without first enabling scripts on the site. Why the hell would they do this? I'm too tired to look through their code to see what the extent of their fingerprinting is but it gives the appearance of being shady as all hell at first glance. Here's the output from a verbose warning:
Do you want to allow <canvas> readout?
https://kek.gg/i/3Dqqzp.png line 212 column 1
https://kek.gg/i/3Dqqzp.png line 268 column 5
https://kek.gg/i/3Dqqzp.png line 1 column 2
resource://gre/modules/ExtensionContent.jsm -> moz-extension://a71de679-1c53-6b45-a0e8-d1a5e45db6a1/lib/settings.js line 615 column 5
resource://gre/modules/ExtensionContent.jsm -> moz-extension://a71de679-1c53-6b45-a0e8-d1a5e45db6a1/lib/intercept.js line 105 column 11
I've been using the archive.is bookmarklet. It allows you to right-click a link, and view it via the Arxive. It works great.