The question is about literature.
The question is asking about an actual problem I'm facing. (The problem is that it's really inconvenient to read Michel Strogoff by flipping through two volumes at the same time, one for the text and one for the illustration. I've done that, but I'd really prefer an easier way.)
The question is specific enough. It's not a vague recommendation question where you have to guess what book will please me, I give specific criteria. If you have a volume in your hand, and you think it might be an answer for this question, you can tell whether it is by checking that it's a Hungarian translation of one of those novels, it is not any of the old translations I've identified, not an abridged edition half as long as the usual versions, and you can check that the illustrations are the ones I asked for by comparing them to the images I linked to.
I don't think the question has too many possible answers. I only need one good edition of each of the books, not a list of all printings.