Today I read the latest 6 issues of the Injustice 2 Comic. I wondered about a character and found my question here in an instant (it was closed as future-work question). By chance, this question was also answered within these issues, so I flagged the question to be reopened and I could answer.

However, someone else was faster and the manner in which he answered irritated me. In his answer, he linked to the exact comic site with the answer, on a site where you can read (any newer) comic online. Since I'm new here, I don't know the policies about this, but to my knowledge, sites like these are semi-illegal, so I wouldn't expect direct references like this. Is this behavior okay on this site? Especially when there are also reviews like this online?

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    Dupe of Should We Allow Links to Sources of a Questionable Legal Status?. In short, it's not our job to police the internet. I have, however, removed the link while we discuss it.
    – Valorum
    Mar 6, 2018 at 15:58
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    @Valorum Since it's a dupe, I flagged it myself, the comment is generated automatically o_o The question is really answered there, so there is no point for this question, except that it is a more specific formulation and may prevent that similar questions arise in the future. So this one should be closed.
    – SK19
    Mar 6, 2018 at 16:31


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