Inside Esquire Weekly: Issue 38

Issue 38 of Esquire Weekly, our completely original iPad magazine, is now available to download from here. Here's what you'll find in this week's issue

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1 | This Could Be You

Were you one of the canny investors who made a mint on the back of Bitcoin? No, us neither. But while the value of the original crypto-currency has fallen from its recent bubble stretching high, and it continues to attract controversy, there's a slew of new digital currencies following in its wake. The question is: which one is going to land you a lifestyle like this?

2 | Royksopp & Robyn

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Remember Royksopp, the Norwegian duo responsible for the brilliant dolphin noise electronica on 2001's Melody AM, an album that contained the unforgettable "Eple" (go on, look it up)? Well, they're back – this time in tandem with Swedish dance-popster Robyn. New mini-album, Do It Again, is the result of a hook-up to give heart to anyone who ever loved a beat and a bassline. In this week's issue, the new partners in bleeps discuss their collaboration, as well as unibrows, borders and getting drunk in Bergen.

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3 | Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise. He's got that cocky smile. He runs a lot (even while wearing ridiculous body armour like this). He can also be relied on to come roaring round the corner on a motorbike. But what are the other golden rules that each new Tom Cruise blockbuster must abide by? As Edge of Tomorrow, in which he stars with Emily Blunt, hits cinemas nationwide, Kevin Maher examines why it is with Cruise that you know exactly what you're going to get.

4 | Alan Moore

No, this is not Gandfalf's angry brother. It's Alan Moore, comic book genius and creator of Watchmen, V For Vendetta and From Hell. After being out of print for decades, his Nietzschean superhero classic Miracleman has been re-released by Marvel. And, says Andrew Harrison, it's quite possibly the best comic you've never read.

5 | Linen buyer's guide

Summertime, and the linen is easy. Well it is now, thanks to brands such as Zegna, Richard James and Paul Smith producing a superior selection of linen-mix clothing. Here, we offer up a concise edit of the best new pieces on the market, while Her Majesty's Ambassador in Spain provides his expert tips on dressing cool when it's hot.

6 | Pimp your front room

It's just two weeks until the World Cup kicks off – and your exercise regime flies out of the living room window. So that means just two weeks to get your home stadium ready with the best in home entertainment technology. But before you splash out, read our expert reviews on the best televisions, soundbars and digital radios. There's only so much you can watch in the pub, after all.