Lifelong WONDER WOMAN fans Ray Caspio and Paul K. Bisson explore the LYNDA CARTER television series. It's a fun, lively, and informative discussion with fellow fans and notable names in Wonder Woman fandom. They also interview some of the people involved in creating the show. And they talk to the people who are creating new officially licensed merchandise, from comics to music! So what are you waiting for? Subscribe to Satin Tights: A Wonder Woman Podcast!
The New Original Wonder Woman PART ONE
Finally! Our review of The New, Original Wonder Woman is here!--sort of. Actually, PART ONE of our review is here. Also, there's no review. Hey, where are you going? The truth is our recording was over four hours long! NO, we didn't plan it that way. Usually we block out two hours for recording. But when you have three die-hard Wonder Woman fans - Ray Caspio, Paul K. Bisson, and Special Guest Andy Mangels - discussing a 75 minute movie that holds such an important place in our hearts - and yours - well, we just had to talk about more than just the movie. And we did. A lot more. But instead of cutting a lot of that discussion out, we decided to keep most of it in and break the podcast into two parts. But don’t let that discourage you from listening… Part One is fun! There's lots of backstory, lots to learn, and we’ve even got a few surprises along the way. So, sit back, grab a snack, and enjoy! Show notes coming shortly!
Who's Afraid of Diana Prince (1967) and Wonder Woman (1974) starring Cathy Lee Crosby
In this WONDER-sized edition of Satin Tights: A Wonder Woman Podcast, Ray and Paul review the 1967 Wonder Woman pilot presentation starring Ellie Wood Walker, then we flash-forward to 1974 and first live-action Wonder Woman starring Cathy Lee Crosby! It's two-hours of fun and excitement as we wrap up the precursors to Lynda Carter's wonderous adventures!
IRAC FILES Wonder Woman Movie Podcast Crossover Part 2
PART 2 - The hosts of four wonderful podcasts team-up to discuss the 2017 summer blockbuster WONDER WOMAN starring Gal Gadot as the Amazing Amazon Princess Diana of Themyscira!
Angela from the Wonder Woman: Warrior for Peace Podcast
Matt from Radio Free Themyscira: A Wonder Woman Podcast
Diabolu Frank from the Diana Prince Wonder Woman Podcast
Ray Caspio from Satin Tights: A Wonder Woman Podcast
Listen as they continue examining the good, the bad, and the Wonderful aspects of the first WONDER WOMAN theatrical motion picture.
PART 1 can be heard on Angela's Wonder Woman: Warrior for Peace Podcast Episode 16.
PART 3 can be heard on Matt's Radio Free Themyscira: A Wonder Woman Podcast
Click Play to listen to PART 2 right now!
Getting to Know You
Lifelong WONDER WOMAN fans Ray Caspio and Paul K. Bisson explore the LYNDA CARTER television series. It's a fun, lively, and informative discussion with fellow fans and notable names in Wonder Woman fandom. We also interview some of the people involved in creating the show. And we talk to the people who are creating new officially licensed merchandise, from comics to music! So what are you waiting for? Subscribe to Satin Tights: A Wonder Woman Podcast!
This first episode, "Getting to Know You" serves as a primer with Ray and Paul sharing their personal stories about their relationship with Wonder Woman and how she has affected their lives. From their first Wonder Woman comic, and pretending to be the character on the playground, to getting bullied in school, and recognizing their own inner Wonder Woman. Get to know Ray and Paul in this first episode of Satin Tights!
Quick notes: Paul mentions his first Wonder Woman comic as being v1-151. He actually means v1-251. Ray likewise mentions WW comic v2-45 as changing his perception of WW comics - the actual issue is v2-64.
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Great Show if Inconsistent
The hosts are lively and entertaining and the production values are top notch, but it’s been a year and a half now since the last episode. Has this show podfaded? It would be nice if they could give us an update.
Where did you go?
Love the show! But, it’s been months since the last episode. Don’t wet our whistles and then just walk away.
I have loved hearing Paul K. Bisson ever since I stumbled on the Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast. He is very informative and entertaining. His partner in this podcast, Ray Caspio also brings his passion and excitement for Wonder Woman, and they have great chemistry together. A lot of great anecdotes about their youth and what led them to Wonder Woman, the Lynda Carter TV series. Can't wait to hear the individual episode podcasts!